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It is well established that 14-3-3 proteins are key regulators of multiple stress signal transduction cascades. However, the biological functions of soybean 14-3-3 proteins, especially in plant drought response, are not yet known. In this study, we characterized a Glycine soja 14-3-3 gene, GsGF14o, which is involved in plant development and drought(More)
Although research has extensively illustrated the molecular basis of plant responses to salt and high-pH stresses, knowledge on carbonate alkaline stress is poor and the specific responsive mechanism remains elusive. We have previously characterized a Glycine soja Ca(2+) /CAM-dependent kinase GsCBRLK that could increase salt tolerance. Here, we characterize(More)
The mammalian Y-linked sex determining gene, SRY (Sex determining region Y), encodes a protein with a DNA-binding domain, HMG box. In a wide variety of animal species, a large family of genes containing this highly homologous HMG box, which has been named Sox (SRY-related HMG box), have been identified. Several Sox genes have already been shown to be(More)
It is widely accepted that Ca2+ATPase family proteins play important roles in plant environmental stress responses. However, up to now, most researches are limited in the reference plants Arabidopsis and rice. The function of Ca2+ATPases from non-reference plants was rarely reported, especially its regulatory role in carbonate alkaline stress responses.(More)
Glucosinolates, a class of secondary metabolites from cruciferous plants, are derived from amino acids and have diverse biological activities, such as in biotic defense, depending on their side chain modification. The first structural modification step in the synthesis of aliphatic (methionine-derived) glucosinolates-S-oxygenation of methylthioalkyl(More)
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