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Antagonistic jacalin-related lectins regulate the size of ER body-type beta-glucosidase complexes in Arabidopsis thaliana.
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The results show that two types of JALs having opposite roles regulate the size of the PYK10 complex antagonistically, and the pairs of polymerizer-type and inhibitor-type lectins reported here are good examples of genes that have evolved new functions after gene duplication (neofunctionalization). Expand
Deciphering and Prediction of Transcriptome Dynamics under Fluctuating Field Conditions
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The results indicate that the transcriptome dynamics are predominantly governed by endogenous diurnal rhythms, ambient temperature, plant age, and solar radiation. Expand
Os-GIGANTEA Confers Robust Diurnal Rhythms on the Global Transcriptome of Rice in the Field[C][W][OA]
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Net primary assimilation of rice was still robust in the face of such osgi mutation-related circadian clock defects in the field, unlike the case with defects caused by Arabidopsis thaliana toc1 and ztl mutations in the laboratory. Expand
NAI2 Is an Endoplasmic Reticulum Body Component That Enables ER Body Formation in Arabidopsis thaliana[W][OA]
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Observations indicate that NAI2 is a key factor that enables ER body formation and the accumulation of PYK10 in ER bodies of Arabidopsis, and ER body–like structures are also restricted to the Brassicales, including the Brassicaceae. Expand
Activation of an ER-body-localized beta-glucosidase via a cytosolic binding partner in damaged tissues of Arabidopsis thaliana.
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It is shown that PYK10 has two forms, an active form and an inactive form, and that PBP1 has some effect on the activation of PyK10, which may act like a molecular chaperone that facilitates the correct polymerization of PYk10, when tissues are damaged and subcellular structures are destroyed by pests. Expand
Identification of Two Novel Endoplasmic Reticulum Body-Specific Integral Membrane Proteins1[W][OA]
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The results indicate that the membrane of ER bodies has specific membrane proteins and suggest that the ER body is involved in defense against metal stress as well as pathogens and herbivores. Expand
Genome sequence and analysis of the Japanese morning glory Ipomoea nil
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Second- and third-generation-sequencing platforms are utilized, and a draft genome of I. nil is reported, suggesting that a whole genome duplication in Convolvulaceae, distinct from the recent Solanaceae event, has occurred after the divergence of the two sister families. Expand
Identification and characterization of a QTL on chromosome 2 for cytosolic glutamine synthetase content and panicle number in rice
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Tiller development was positively affected by the Kasalath chromosome at an early vegetative stage, which resulted in an increasedPanicle number and panicle weight at the mature stage in C-22, indicating that the target QTL (Pnn1; panicle number 1) is important in the development of tillers and panicles in rice. Expand
A Genome Scan for Genes Underlying Microgeographic-Scale Local Adaptation in a Wild Arabidopsis Species
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This study demonstrates that the genomic comparison among a set of genetically connected populations, instead of the commonly-performed comparison between two isolated populations, can also offer an effective screening for the genetic basis of local adaptation. Expand
High-throughput linkage mapping of Australian white cypress pine (Callitris glaucophylla) and map transferability to related species
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This study demonstrated that the RAD-SNP-based linkage map is essentially useful when combined with population genomic analysis of this conifer lineage. Expand
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