Arabidopsis L-type lectin receptor kinases: phylogeny, classification, and expression profiles.

@article{Bouwmeester2009ArabidopsisLL,
  title={Arabidopsis L-type lectin receptor kinases: phylogeny, classification, and expression profiles.},
  author={Klaas Bouwmeester and Francine Govers},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2009},
  volume={60 15},
  pages={4383-96}
}
In plants, lectin receptor kinases are considered to play crucial roles during development and in the adaptive response to various stimuli. Arabidopsis lectin receptor kinases can be divided into three type-classes based on sequence similarity of their extracellular lectin motifs. The current study focuses on the legume-like lectin receptor kinases (LecRKs), which are regarded as ideal candidates for monitoring cell wall integrity and are possibly functional in adaptive responses. An inventory… CONTINUE READING
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