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Plant Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase: Structure, Biosynthesis, Regulation, and Gene Manipulation for Plant Breeding
This review focuses on the structure and regulation of plant heteromeric ACCase and its manipulation for plant breeding.
Distinct Localization of Two Closely Related Ypt3/Rab11 Proteins on the Trafficking Pathway in Higher Plants*
It is concluded that Pra2 and Pra3 proteins are distinctively localized on the trafficking pathway, and this finding suggests that functional diversification takes place in the plant Ypt3/Rab11 family.
Direct Binding of a Plant LysM Receptor-like Kinase, LysM RLK1/CERK1, to Chitin in Vitro*
The first evidence for direct binding of LysM RLK1 to chitin is presented and it is suggested that LysMRLK1 has a higher affinity for chit in having a longer residue of N-acetyl glucosamine.
Chloroplast transformation with modified accD operon increases acetyl-CoA carboxylase and causes extension of leaf longevity and increase in seed yield in tobacco.
- Y. Madoka, K. Tomizawa, J. Mizoi, I. Nishida, Y. Nagano, Y. Sasaki
- BiologyPlant & cell physiology
- 15 December 2002
The result suggests that the level of the accD subunit is a determinant of ACCase levels, and that enzyme levels are in part controlled post-transcriptionally at thelevel of subunit assembly.
Chloroplast-encoded protein as a subunit of acetyl-CoA carboxylase in pea plant.
Chloroplast RNA Editing Required for Functional Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase in Plants*
- Y. Sasaki, A. Kozaki, A. Ohmori, H. Iguchi, Y. Nagano
- BiologyThe Journal of Biological Chemistry
- 9 February 2001
RNA editing is shown to take place so as to create the leucine codon, indicating that editing is needed for in vivo CT activity and therefore for ACCase.
A novel class of plant-specific zinc-dependent DNA-binding protein that binds to A/T-rich DNA sequences.
- Y. Nagano, H. Furuhashi, T. Inaba, Y. Sasaki
- Biology, ChemistryNucleic acids research
- 15 October 2001
Results indicate that PLATZ1 is a novel class of plant-specific zinc-dependent DNA-binding protein responsible for A/T-rich sequence-mediated transcriptional repression.
Isolation and characterization of cDNAs that encode eleven small GTP-binding proteins from Pisum sativum.
Eleven cDNA clones were isolated from a pea (Pisum sativum) leaf cDNA library which were similar to small GTP-binding proteins, andPhylogenetic analysis showed that these clones can be classified into two subgroups: proteins encoded by pra1 to pra7 being related to ypt3 and rab11 proteins; and proteins encode by pra9A, pra9B, and pra9Cbeing related to YPT1 and rab1 proteins.
Chloroplast envelope protein encoded by chloroplast genome
Phylogenetic relationships of Citrus and its relatives based on rbcL gene sequences
- Tshering Penjor, T. Anai, Y. Nagano, R. Matsumoto, Masashi Yamamoto
- BiologyTree Genetics & Genomes
- 16 June 2010
The analysis associated the Fortunella group with mandarin, Poncirus with Citrus ichangensis, Severinia buxifolia with Atalantia ceylanica, Microcitrus with Eremocitrus and Citrus micrantha, and Hesperethusa crenulata with Citropsis.