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The WRKY70 Transcription Factor: A Node of Convergence for Jasmonate-Mediated and Salicylate-Mediated Signals in Plant Defense On-line version contains Web-only data.
Cross talk between salicylic acid (SA)– and jasmonic acid (JA)–dependent defense signaling has been well documented in plants, but how this cross talk is executed and the components involved remainExpand
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WRKY70 modulates the selection of signaling pathways in plant defense.
Cross-talk between signal transduction pathways is a central feature of the tightly regulated plant defense signaling network. The potential synergism or antagonism between defense pathways isExpand
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WRKY54 and WRKY70 co-operate as negative regulators of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana
The plant-specific WRKY transcription factor (TF) family with 74 members in Arabidopsis thaliana appears to be involved in the regulation of various physiological processes including plant defenceExpand
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The WRKY family of transcription factors in rice and Arabidopsis and their origins.
WRKY transcription factors, originally isolated from plants contain one or two conserved WRKY domains, about 60 amino acid residues with the WRKYGQK sequence followed by a C2H2 or C2HC zinc fingerExpand
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Expression of PIN genes in rice (Oryza sativa L.): tissue specificity and regulation by hormones.
Twelve genes of the PIN family in rice were analyzed for gene and protein structures and an evolutionary relationship with reported AtPINs in Arabidopsis. Four members of PIN1 (designated asExpand
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Global diversity in the human salivary microbiome.
The human salivary microbiome may play a role in diseases of the oral cavity and interact with microbiomes from other parts of the human body (in particular, the intestinal tract), but little isExpand
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Unique evolutionary pattern of numbers of gramineous NBS–LRR genes
Nucleotide binding site (NBS)–leucine-rich repeat (LRR) genes belong to the largest class of disease-resistance gene super groups in plants, and their intra- or interspecies nucleotide variationsExpand
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Kunitz trypsin inhibitor: an antagonist of cell death triggered by phytopathogens and fumonisin b1 in Arabidopsis.
Programmed cell death (PCD) is a central regulatory process in both plant development and in plant responses to pathogens. PCD requires a coordinate activation of pro-apoptotic factors such asExpand
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EARLY RESPONSIVE TO DEHYDRATION 15, a Negative Regulator of Abscisic Acid Responses in Arabidopsis1
EARLY RESPONSIVE TO DEHYDRATION 15 (ERD15) is rapidly induced in response to various abiotic and biotic stress stimuli in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana). Modulation of ERD15 levels byExpand
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A high-density SNP genotyping array for rice biology and molecular breeding.
A high-density single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) array is critically important for geneticists and molecular breeders. With the accumulation of huge amounts of genomic re-sequencing data andExpand
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