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The plant nucleus changes its intracellular position not only upon cell division and cell growth but also in response to environmental stimuli such as light. We found that the nucleus takes different intracellular positions depending on blue light in Arabidopsis thaliana leaf cells. Under dark...
Small, regulatory, non-coding RNA (ncRNA) is involved in various cell functions in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. However, information on ncRNA in cyanobacteria is still scarce. We studied ncRNA genes by computational screening to compare the intergenic regions of the Synechococcus elongatus...
There has been much recent research on the contribution of microRNA (miRNA) in plant organogenesis and hormone action. In plants, it has been reported that Dicer-like 1 (DCL1), HYPONASTIC LEAVES1 (HYL1) and SERRATE (SE) are involved in the production of miRNAs. The means by which miRNAs are...
The plastid gene psbC encodes the CP43 subunit of PSII. Most psbC mRNAs of many organisms possess two possible initiation codons, AUG and GUG, and their coding regions are generally annotated from the upstream AUG. Using a chloroplast in vitro translation system, we show here that translation of...
Cold temperatures cause pollen sterility and large reductions in grain yield in temperate rice growing regions of the world. Induction of pollen sterility by cold involves a disruption of sugar transport in anthers, caused by the cold-induced repression of the apoplastic sugar transport pathway...
Although the number of reports demonstrating the roles of individual aquaporins in plants under diverse physiological conditions is expanding, the importance of interactions between different aquaporin isoforms and their integrated functions under stress conditions remain unclear. Here, we...
Detection of very small amounts of RNA based on microdissection of plant tissue is essential for modern plant biology. Mass spectroscopy technology (MassARRAY) based on Sequenom™ instrumentation was adapted to determine quickly and in a high-throughput fashion (by multiplexing) the absolute...
Isoprene is a volatile compound emitted from leaves of many plant species in large quantities, which has an impact on atmospheric chemistry due to its massive global emission rate (5 × 10 14 carbon g year −1 ) and its high reactivity with the OH radical, resulting in an increase in the...
The imidazolinone-tolerant mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana, csr1-2 D , carries a mutation equivalent to that found in commercially available Clearfield ® crops. Despite their widespread usage, the mechanism by which Clearfield® crops gain imidazolinone herbicide tolerance has not yet been fully...
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