Highlights ► There are at least five homologous OsRDCP ( Oryza sativa RING domain-containing protein) family members, all of which contain a single RING motif in their N-terminal regions in rice plants. ► Among these rice paralogs, OsRDCP1 was induced by drought stress. ► Loss-of-function rice mutant plants ( osrdcp1 ) containing a T-DNA copy integrated into the OsRDCP1 gene and OsRDCP1-overexpressing transgenic rice plants ( 35S:OsRDCP1 ) were developed. ► Wild-type plants and the homozygous osrdcp1 G2 mutant line displayed similar phenotypes under normal growth conditions and in response to drought stress. ► OsRDCP1 -overexpressing T2 transgenic rice plants exhibited markedly improved tolerance to severe water deficits.
Plant Science – Elsevier
Published: Jun 1, 2011
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