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Enhanced antioxidant enzymes are associated with reduced hydrogen peroxide in barley roots under saline stress.
The significant increase in the activities of SOD, CAT, APX, POX, and GR in the NaCl-stressed barley root was highly correlated with the increased expression of the constitutive isoforms as well as the induced ones. Expand
Rice ONAC106 Inhibits Leaf Senescence and Increases Salt Tolerance and Tiller Angle.
It is proposed that ONAC106 functions in leaf senescence, salt stress tolerance and plant architecture by modulating the expression of its target genes that function in each signaling pathway. Expand
Mutation of SPOTTED LEAF3 (SPL3) impairs abscisic acid-responsive signalling and delays leaf senescence in rice
Highlight Among the lesion mimic mutants in rice, the spotted leaf3 (spl3) locus was identified by map-based cloning that encodes OsMAPKKK1. SPL3 was found to be involved in ABA-responsive signallingExpand
Quantitative Trait Locus Mapping and Candidate Gene Analysis for Plant Architecture Traits Using Whole Genome Re-Sequencing in Rice
The study shows that the whole-genome sequence data substantially enhanced the efficiency of polymorphic marker development for QTL fine-mapping and the identification of possible candidate genes for breeding high-yielding rice cultivars with improved plant architecture. Expand
Crlz1 activates transcription by mobilizing cytoplasmic CBFbeta into the nucleus.
In coimmunop Recipitation and chromatin immunoprecipitation experiments, Crlz1 was found to be bound to the resulting CBF heterodimer in a form of ternary complex and to remain in that ternARY complex even when CBF bound to its target DNA site such as IgJ enhancer. Expand
Rice NARROW LEAF1 Regulates Leaf and Adventitious Root Development
Nal1 mutants have altered expression levels of many OSHB, YABBY, and PIN-FORMED genes associated with leaf development and auxin transport, and it is proposed that NAL1 plays important roles in adventitious root development in rice. Expand
The promoter of the Immunoglobulin J Chain gene receives its authentic enhancer activity through the abutting MEF2 and PU.1 sites in a DNA-looping interaction.
A DNA-looping interaction between the IgJ promoter and its enhancer was demonstrated using chromosome conformation capture assays not only in IgJ-expressing S194 plasma cells but also during interleukin-2-induced BCL1 B-cell terminal differentiation. Expand
Stage-Specific Expression of Two Neighboring Crlz1 and IgJ Genes during B Cell Development Is Regulated by Their Chromatin Accessibility and Histone Acetylation1
The IgJ gene is expressed in the plasma cell stage. However, its neighboring charged amino acid-rich leucine zipper 1 (Crlz1) gene, which is mapped 30 kb upstream of the IgJ gene in mice, is shown toExpand
The Rice Basic Helix–Loop–Helix 79 (OsbHLH079) Determines Leaf Angle and Grain Shape
It is proposed that OsbHLH079 functions as a positive regulator of BR signaling in rice, and the expansion of cell size in the adaxial side of the lamina joint was responsible for the increase in leaf angle in osbhlh079-D. Expand