A maize embryo-specific gene encodes a proline-rich and hydrophobic protein.

@article{Josestanyol1992AME,
  title={A maize embryo-specific gene encodes a proline-rich and hydrophobic protein.},
  author={Matilde Jos{\'e}-estanyol and Luis Ru{\'i}z-{\'A}vila and Pere Puigdom{\'e}nech},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={1992},
  volume={4 4},
  pages={413-23}
}
A gene from maize that encodes a hybrid proline-rich protein (HyPRP) formed by two well-defined domains, proline-rich and hydrophobic, respectively, has been characterized at the level of its structure and expression. The proline-rich domain is composed of elements PPYV and PPTPRPS, similar to those found in PRP proteins from soybean. The hydrophobic domain is rich in cysteine and is similar to seed proteins, mainly to a soybean hydrophobic seed protein. In maize, HyPRP is encoded by a single… CONTINUE READING

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