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Models of non-host resistance have failed to account for the pathogenicity of necrotrophic agents. During the interaction of Pinus pinaster (maritime pine) with the non-host necrotrophic pathogen Botrytis cinerea , the generation and scavenging of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and the induction...
Excess copper affects the growth and metabolism of plants and green algae. However, the physiological processes under Cu stress are largely unknown. In this study, we investigated Cu-induced nitric oxide (NO) generation and its relationship to proline synthesis in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii . The...
NADP-malic enzyme (NADP-ME) catalyzes the oxidative decarboxylation of l -malate, producing pyruvate, CO 2 and NADPH. The photosynthetic role of this enzyme in C 4 and Crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) plants has been well established; however, the biological role of several non-photosynthetic...
Chloroplast division comprises a sequence of events that facilitate symmetric binary fission and that involve prokaryotic-like stromal division factors such as tubulin-like GTPase FtsZ and the division site regulator MinD. In Arabidopsis , a nuclear-encoded prokaryotic MinE homolog, AtMinE1, has...
Expression of the Arabidopsis CGS1 gene that codes for cystathionine γ -synthase is feedback-regulated at the step of mRNA degradation in response to S -adenosyl- l -methionine (AdoMet). This regulation occurs during translation and involves AdoMet-induced temporal translation arrest prior to...
By adopting two distinct types of comprehensive transcriptome data sets, which are available to the public, we asked the critical question as to whether or not there is any significant correlation between diurnally oscillating genes during the light/dark daily cycle and hormone-responsive genes....
A desiccation-tolerant cyanobacterium, Nostoc commune , shows unique responses to dehydration. These responses are: (i) loss of PSII activity in parallel with the loss of photosynthesis; (ii) loss of PSI activity; and (iii) dissipation of light energy absorbed by pigment–protein complexes. In...
Genes in the FLOWERING LOCUS T ( FT ) and TERMINAL FLOWER 1 ( TFL1 ) family have been shown to be important in the control of the switch between vegetative and reproductive growth in several plant species. We isolated nine members of the FT / TFL1 family from Lombardy poplar ( Populus nigra var....
In order to increase production of a useful protein by the chloroplast transformation technique, it seems to be necessary to determine the upper limit for the accumulation of a biologically active foreign protein in chloroplasts and then improve photosynthetic capacity and plant productivity....
Root temperature is found to be a very important factor for leaves to alter the response and susceptibility to chilling stress. Severe visible damage was observed in the most active leaves of seedlings of a japonica rice ( Oryza sativa cv. Akitakomachi), e.g. the third leaf at the third-leaf...
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