An Arabidopsis Callose Synthase, GSL5, Is Required for Wound and Papillary Callose Formation.

@article{Jacobs2003AnAC,
  title={An Arabidopsis Callose Synthase, GSL5, Is Required for Wound and Papillary Callose Formation.},
  author={Andrew Keith Jacobs and Volker Lipka and Rachel A. Burton and Ralph Panstruga and Nicolai Strizhov and Paul Schulze-Lefert and Geoffrey B. Fincher},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2003},
  volume={15 11},
  pages={
          2503-13
        }
}
Arabidopsis was transformed with double-stranded RNA interference (dsRNAi) constructs designed to silence three putative callose synthase genes: GLUCAN SYNTHASE-LIKE5 (GSL5), GSL6, and GSL11. Both wound callose and papillary callose were absent in lines transformed with GSL5 dsRNAi and in a corresponding sequence-indexed GSL5 T-DNA insertion line but were unaffected in GSL6 and GSL11 dsRNAi lines. These data provide strong genetic evidence that the GSL genes of higher plants encode proteins… CONTINUE READING

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