A Comparative Study of Proteolytic Mechanisms during Leaf Senescence of Four Genotypes of Winter Oilseed Rape Highlighted Relevant Physiological and Molecular Traits for NRE Improvement.

@article{Girond2015ACS,
  title={A Comparative Study of Proteolytic Mechanisms during Leaf Senescence of Four Genotypes of Winter Oilseed Rape Highlighted Relevant Physiological and Molecular Traits for NRE Improvement.},
  author={Alexandra Girond{\'e} and Marine Poret and Philippe Etienne and Jacques Trouverie and Alain Bouchereau and Françoise Le Cah{\'e}rec and Laurent Leport and Marie-Françoise Niogret and Jean-Christophe Avice},
  journal={Plants},
  year={2015},
  volume={5 1}
}
Winter oilseed rape is characterized by a low N use efficiency related to a weak leaf N remobilization efficiency (NRE) at vegetative stages. By investigating the natural genotypic variability of leaf NRE, our goal was to characterize the relevant physiological traits and the main protease classes associated with an efficient proteolysis and high leaf NRE in response to ample or restricted nitrate supply. The degradation rate of soluble proteins and D1 protein (a thylakoid-bound protein) were… CONTINUE READING

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