Apple messenger RNAs related to bacterial lignostilbene dioxygenase and plant SAUR genes are preferentially expressed in flowers

@article{Watillon2004AppleMR,
  title={Apple messenger RNAs related to bacterial lignostilbene dioxygenase and plant SAUR genes are preferentially expressed in flowers},
  author={Bernard Watillon and Richard Kettmann and Abdelilah Arredouani and J. F. Hecquet and Philippe Boxus and Ars{\`e}ne Burny},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={36},
  pages={909-915}
}
  • Bernard Watillon, Richard Kettmann, +3 authors Arsène Burny
  • Published in Plant Molecular Biology 2004
  • Medicine, Biology
  • In an attempt to use a differential display procedure to identify organ-specific genes in apple, cDNA fragments of two transcripts preferentially expressed in flowers were isolated and corresponding full-length cDNA inserts were subsequently obtained. One of these clones, Md-FS1, belongs to the SAUR gene family, originally identified as a set of auxin-inducible genes in soybean. The second one, Md-FS2, encodes a polypeptide with sequence similarities to bacterial lignostilbene-α,β-dioxygenase… CONTINUE READING

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