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Two interacting bZIP proteins are direct targets of COP1-mediated control of light-dependent gene expression in Arabidopsis.
Arabidopsis COP1 acts to repress photomorphogenesis in the absence of light. It was shown that in the dark, COP1 directly interacts with the bZIP transcription factor HY5, a positive regulator ofExpand
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Light Control of Arabidopsis Development Entails Coordinated Regulation of Genome Expression and Cellular Pathways
  • L. Ma, J. Li, +4 authors X. Deng
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Plant Cell Online
  • 1 December 2001
An expressed sequence tag–based microarray was used to profile genome expression underlying light control of Arabidopsis development. Qualitatively similar gene expression profiles were observedExpand
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Targeted mutagenesis in rice using CRISPR-Cas system
Genome editing of model organisms is essential for gene function analysis and is thus critical for human health and agricultural production. The current technologies used for genome editing includeExpand
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An Indole-3-Acetic Acid Carboxyl Methyltransferase Regulates Arabidopsis Leaf Developmentw⃞
Auxin is central to many aspects of plant development; accordingly, plants have evolved several mechanisms to regulate auxin levels, including de novo auxin biosynthesis, degradation, and conjugationExpand
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Disruption of phytoene desaturase gene results in albino and dwarf phenotypes in Arabidopsis by impairing chlorophyll, carotenoid, and gibberellin biosynthesis
Carotenoids play an important role in many physiological processes in plants and the phytoene desaturase gene (PDS3) encodes one of the important enzymes in the carotenoid biosynthesis pathway. HereExpand
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Biochemical Characterization of Arabidopsis Complexes Containing CONSTITUTIVELY PHOTOMORPHOGENIC1 and SUPPRESSOR OF PHYA Proteins in Light Control of Plant Development[W]
COP1 (for CONSTITUTIVELY PHOTOMORPHOGENIC1) and the four partially redundant SPA (for SUPPRESSOR OF PHYA) proteins work in concert to repress photomorphogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana by targetingExpand
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The Arabidopsis Mediator subunit MED16 regulates iron homeostasis by associating with EIN3/EIL1 through subunit MED25.
  • Y. Yang, Bin Ou, +4 authors L. Qu
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Plant journal : for cell and molecular…
  • 1 March 2014
Iron is an essential micronutrient for plants and animals, and plants are a major source of iron for humans. Therefore, understanding the regulation of iron homeostasis in plants is critical. WeExpand
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Membrane-Bound RLCKs LIP1 and LIP2 Are Essential Male Factors Controlling Male-Female Attraction in Arabidopsis
Successful sexual reproduction in animals and plants requires communication between male and female gametes. In flowering plants, unlike in animals, eggs and sperm cells are enclosed in multicellularExpand
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CFL1, a WW Domain Protein, Regulates Cuticle Development by Modulating the Function of HDG1, a Class IV Homeodomain Transcription Factor, in Rice and Arabidopsis[W]
This study identifies CFL1 as a negative regulator of cuticle development in rice and Arabidopsis. CFL1 interacts with a class IV homeodomain-leucine zipper transcription factor to modulate theExpand
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GLABRA2 Directly Suppresses Basic Helix-Loop-Helix Transcription Factor Genes with Diverse Functions in Root Hair Development
GLABRA2 targets and suppresses five basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor genes with diverse functions in root hair development during root hair pattern formation of Arabidopsis thaliana. TheExpand
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