Aquaporin OsPIP1;1 promotes rice salt resistance and seed germination.

@article{Liu2013AquaporinOP,
  title={Aquaporin OsPIP1;1 promotes rice salt resistance and seed germination.},
  author={Chengwei Liu and Tatsuya Fukumoto and Tadashi Matsumoto and Patrizia Gena and Daniele Frascaria and Tomoyuki Kaneko and Maki Katsuhara and Shihua Zhong and Xiaoli Sun and Yanming Zhu and Ikuko Iwasaki and Xiaodong Ding and Giuseppe Calamita and Yoshichika Kitagawa},
  journal={Plant physiology and biochemistry : PPB},
  year={2013},
  volume={63},
  pages={151-8}
}
OsPIP1;1 is one of the most abundant aquaporins in rice leaves and roots and is highly responsible to environmental stresses. However, its biochemical and physiological functions are still largely unknown. The oocyte assay data showed OsPIP1;1 had lower water channel activity in contrast to OsPIP2;1. EGFP and immunoelectron microscopy studies revealed OsPIP1;1 was predominantly localized in not only plasma membrane but also in some ER-like intracellular compartments in the cells. OsPIP1;1… CONTINUE READING
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