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Aquaporin genes GintAQPF1 and GintAQPF2 from Glomus intraradices contribute to plant drought tolerance
- Tao Li, Ya-jun Hu, Zhipeng Hao, H. Li, Baodong Chen
- Biology, Medicine
- Plant signaling & behavior
- 22 February 2013
It is concluded that the aquaporins function similarly in AMF as in yeast subjected to osmotic stress, providing further evidence to the direct involvement of AMF in improving plant water relations under drought stresses. Expand
Molecular cloning and functional analysis of a H(+)-dependent phosphate transporter gene from the ectomycorrhizal fungus Boletus edulis in southwest China.
The results suggest that BePT plays a key role in phosphate acquisition in the ectomycorrhizal fungus B. edulis and the expression of BePT was significantly upregulated at lower phosphorus availability, which may enhance phosphate uptake and transport under phosphate starvation. Expand
Strains used in whole organism Plasmodium falciparum vaccine trials differ in genome structure, sequence, and immunogenic potential
Tens of thousands of variants between NF54 and the three heterologous strains both genome-wide and within regulatory and immunologically important regions, including in pre-erythrocytic antigens that may be key for sporozoite vaccine-induced protection are identified. Expand
RPL10L Is Required for Male Meiotic Division by Compensating for RPL10 during Meiotic Sex Chromosome Inactivation in Mice
Rpl10l plays an essential role during the meiotic stage of spermatogenesis by compensating for MSCI-mediated transcriptional silencing of Rpl10, providing direct evidence for the compensatory hypothesis and adding novel insight into the evolution of X-chromosome-derived autosomal retrogenes and their role in male fertility. Expand
The Effects of Selenium on Wheat Fusarium Head Blight and DON Accumulation Were Selenium Compound-Dependent
Selenium (Se) compounds supplemented in a trichothecene biosynthesis induction solid medium consistently negatively regulated fungal growth and DON accumulation both in vitro and in planta, which could be a novel and proconsumer strategy for reducing the detriment of wheat FHB disease and Don accumulation. Expand
Establishment of a Cuscuta campestris‐mediated enrichment system for genomic and transcriptomic analyses of ‘Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus’
The ability of dodder to support CLas multiplication to high levels, as well as its advantage in CLas genomic and transcriptomic analyses, make it an optimal model for further studies on CLas–host interaction. Expand
Diverse strategies conferring extreme cadmium (Cd) tolerance in the dark septate endophyte (DSE), Exophiala pisciphila: evidence from RNA-seq data.
This study represents the first investigation of the transcriptome of DSE under Cd stress, and the results provide valuable information for future molecular studies of HMs tolerance in fungi. Expand
Distinct differences in a cyclin D1 single nucleotide polymorphism between ethnic groups
These marked variations in SNP frequencies between ethnic groups may have a significant impact on prognosis of cancer in these populations, because the CCND1 genotype appears to influence prognosis in each tumour type examined to date. Expand
A new point mutation in β2-tubulin confers resistance to carbendazim in Fusarium asiaticum.
- Ying Yang, Meixia Li, +10 authors M. Zhou
- Biology, Medicine
- Pesticide biochemistry and physiology
- 1 December 2017
It is concluded that the point mutation of F. asiaticum β2-tubulin conferring carbendazim resistance may not always be the bonding site for carbendazeron, resulting in the change of the bonding sites and docking scores. Expand
Dark septate endophyte enhances maize cadmium (Cd) tolerance by the remodeled host cell walls and the altered Cd subcellular distribution
It is demonstrated that the root CWs were the primary site for Cd accumulation, functioning as a sink for toxic Cd ions, and the enhanced Cd compartmentation in plant CWs by DSE lowers the entry of trace metals in the protoplast, thereby conferring the tolerant races of plants that can survive and thrive on metal-contaminated soils. Expand