Jorge Espadas-Alcocer

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Plants respond to stress through metabolic and morphological changes that increase their ability to survive and grow. To this end, several transcription factor families are responsible for transmitting the signals that are required for these changes. Here, we studied the transcription factor superfamily AP2/ERF, particularly, RAP2.4 from Carica papaya cv.(More)
The ethylene-responsive element-binding factors AP2/ERF compose one of the largest families of transcription factors in plants. Dreb2-type gene from Carica papaya L. cv. Maradol was found to be a member of the AP2/ERF family and contains a conserved APETALA 2 (AP2) domain located within the group IV of the AP2/ERF superfamily. CpDreb2-type gene is(More)
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