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Overexpression of ZmMAPK1 enhances drought and heat stress in transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana
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It is suggested that over-expression ZmMAPK1 can increase proline content and decrease malondialdehyde content under drought, and prevent chlorophyll loss and the production of scavenger reactive oxygen species under heat stress, and the resistance characteristics of the over- expressions were associated with a significant increase in survival rate. Expand
Proteomic and Phytohormone Analysis of the Response of Maize (Zea mays L.) Seedlings to Sugarcane Mosaic Virus
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The behavioural patterns of the identified proteins suggest the existence of defense mechanisms operating during the early stages of infection that differed in two genotypes, and may provide important insights into the molecular events during plant responses to virus infection. Expand
Mapping QTL Associated with Photoperiod Sensitivity and Assessing the Importance of QTL×Environment Interaction for Flowering Time in Maize
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A set of 201 recombinant inbred lines derived from a temperate and tropical inbred line cross were evaluated in 5 field trials spread in short- and long-day environments to contribute to resolve the genetic basis of photoperiod sensitivity in maize. Expand
Impaired Intestinal Calcium Absorption in Protein 4.1R-deficient Mice Due to Altered Expression of Plasma Membrane Calcium ATPase 1b (PMCA1b)*
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It is shown that 4.1R knock-out mice exhibited a significantly impaired small intestinal calcium absorption that resulted in secondary hyperparathyroidism as evidenced by increased serum 1,25-(OH)2-vitamin D3 and parathyroid hormone levels, decreased serum calcium levels, hyperplasia of theParathyroid, and demineralization of the bones. Expand
Comparative proteomic analysis of the maize responses to early leaf senescence induced by preventing pollination.
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Some new protein species that are involved in hormone signaling, glycometabolism, oxidation-reduction, protein degradation and photosystem breakdown, and other biological processes that were not previously known to be associated with leaf senescence are revealed. Expand
Phosphoproteomic analysis of the resistant and susceptible genotypes of maize infected with sugarcane mosaic virus
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Describing phosphoproteomes of resistant and susceptible genotypes of maize in response to Sugarcane mosaic virus infection indicated that response to SCMV infection encompass a reformatting of major cellular processes, providing new valuable insights into plant-virus interactions. Expand
Molecular cloning and expression analysis of an HINT1 homologue from maize (Zea mays L.)
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Results indicate that Zm-HINT1 is a mammalian HINT1 homologue and may be involved in the immune response of maize, and conserved domains including the HIT motif, helical regions and β-strands, which are the characteristics of Hint1 proteins. Expand
Robust expression and association of ZmCCA1 with circadian rhythms in maize
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Qualitative real-time PCR analysis revealed that ZmCCA1 was expressed in leaves and stem apex meristems in a rhythmic pattern under long day and short day conditions, and its peak gene expression appeared during the morning. Expand
Quantitative analysis of changes in the phosphoproteome of maize induced by the plant hormone salicylic acid
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This study represents the first attempt at global phosphoproteome profiling in response to SA, and provides a better understanding of the molecular mechanisms regulated by SA. Expand
Global transcriptome analysis of the maize (Zea mays L.) inbred line 08LF during leaf senescence initiated by pollination-prevention
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Transcriptional profiling analysis of the leaf at six developmental stages during induced senescence revealed that a total of 5,432 differentially expressed genes (DEGs) were identified, including 2314 up-regulated and 1925 down-regulated genes. Expand
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