Plant Mol Biol (2017) 93:121–135 DOI 10.1007/s11103-016-0551-y The targeting of starch binding domains from starch synthase III to the cell wall alters cell wall composition and properties 1 1 2,3 1 Mauricio J. Grisolia · Diego A. Peralta · Hugo A. aldezV · Julieta chiesiBar · 1,2 1,2 Diego F. Gomez-Casati · María .V Busi Received: 12 May 2016 / Accepted: 13 October 2016 / Published online: 21 October 2016 © Springer Science +Business Media Dordrecht 2016 Abstract Abstract The plant cell wall, which represents a major Key message ch binding Star domains of starch synthase source of biomass for biofuel production, is composed of III om fr Arabidopsis thaliana (SBD123) binds eneferpr - cellulose, elluloses, hemic ns and lignin. pecti potential A tially to cell wall polysaccharides rather than to starch biotechnological get tar for improving the production of bio - in vitro. ransgenic plants over T essing SBD123 in the expr fuels is the modification of plant cell walls. This modifi - cell wall e ar larger than wild type. Cell wall components cation is achieved via several strategies, including, among e alterar ed in transgenic plants. ransgenic plants ar T e others, altering biosynthetic pathways and
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