A genome-wide functional characterization of Arabidopsis regulatory calcium sensors in pollen tubes.

@article{Zhou2009AGF,
  title={A genome-wide functional characterization of Arabidopsis regulatory calcium sensors in pollen tubes.},
  author={Liming Zhou and Ying Fu and Zhenbiao Yang},
  journal={Journal of integrative plant biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={51 8},
  pages={751-61}
}
Calcium, an ubiquitous second messenger, plays an essential and versatile role in cellular signaling. The diverse function of calcium signals is achieved by an excess of calcium sensors. Plants possess large numbers of calcium sensors, most of which have not been functionally characterized. To identify physiologically relevant calcium sensors in a specific cell type, we conducted a genome-wide functional survey in pollen tubes, for which spatiotemporal calcium signals are well-characterized and… CONTINUE READING

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