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Protein Degradation Rate in Arabidopsis thaliana Leaf Growth and Development[OPEN]
The degradation rate of 1228 Arabidopsis proteins was measured, their variation assessed, and the data used to calculate the protein turnover energy costs in different leaves of the rosette. WeExpand
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Proteomic analyses of Oryza sativa mature pollen reveal novel proteins associated with pollen germination and tube growth
As a highly reduced organism, pollen performs specialized functions to generate and carry sperm into the ovule by its polarily growing pollen tube. Yet the molecular genetic basis of these functionsExpand
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Mitochondrial composition, function and stress response in plants.
The primary function of mitochondria is respiration, where catabolism of substrates is coupled to ATP synthesis via oxidative phosphorylation. In plants, mitochondrial composition is relativelyExpand
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Systematic identification of methyllysine-driven interactions for histone and nonhistone targets.
An important issue in epigenetic research is to understand how the numerous methylation marks associated with histone and certain nonhistone proteins are recognized and interpreted by the hundreds ofExpand
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INTERMEDIATE CLEAVAGE PEPTIDASE55 Modifies Enzyme Amino Termini and Alters Protein Stability in Arabidopsis Mitochondria1[OPEN]
A mitochondrial protease alters the stability of proteins in Arabidopsis by removal of a single amino acid from their sequence. Precursor proteins containing mitochondrial peptide signals are cleavedExpand
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Mechanisms of Photodamage and Protein Turnover in Photoinhibition.
Rapid protein degradation and replacement is an important response to photodamage and a means of photoprotection by recovering proteostasis. Protein turnover and translation efficiency studies haveExpand
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Degradation rate of mitochondrial proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana cells.
The turnover of the proteomes of organelles in plant cells are known to be governed by both whole cell and organelle-specific processes. However, the rate and specificity of this protein turnover hasExpand
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Loss of Lon1 in Arabidopsis Changes the Mitochondrial Proteome Leading to Altered Metabolite Profiles and Growth Retardation without an Accumulation of Oxidative Damage1[W][OA]
Lon1 is an ATP-dependent protease and chaperone located in the mitochondrial matrix in plants. Knockout in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) leads to a significant growth rate deficit in both rootsExpand
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Subcomplexes of Ancestral Respiratory Complex I Subunits Rapidly Turn Over in Vivo as Productive Assembly Intermediates in Arabidopsis*
Background: Plant complex I contains γ-CA subunits whose role is unclear. Results: 15N labeling and import show CI assembly via a rapidly turning over γ-CA subcomplex. Conclusion: γ-CAs form anExpand
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A family of receptor-like kinases are regulated by BES1 and involved in plant growth in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Plant growth is dictated by both developmental and environmental cues, many of which are perceived by receptor-like kinases (RLKs). In Arabidopsis, there are more than 600 RLKs; but the functions ofExpand
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