Arabidopsis thaliana Atvsp is homologous to soybean VspA and VspB, genes encoding vegetative storage protein acid phosphatases, and is regulated similarly by methyl jasmonate, wounding, sugars, light and phosphate

@article{Berger1995ArabidopsisTA,
  title={Arabidopsis thaliana Atvsp is homologous to soybean VspA and VspB, genes encoding vegetative storage protein acid phosphatases, and is regulated similarly by methyl jasmonate, wounding, sugars, light and phosphate},
  author={Susanne Berger and Erin R. Bell and Avi Sadka and John E Mullet},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={1995},
  volume={27},
  pages={933-942}
}
The soybean vegetative storage proteins, VSPα and VSPβ, are acid phosphatases that accumulate to very high levels in hypocotyls, young leaves and flowers and pods. The genes encoding the soybean VSP are activated by jasmonate, wounding, sugars and light and down regulated by phosphate and auxin. In this study, expression of an Arabidopsis thaliana gene (Atvsp) encoding a protein homologous to soybean Vspα and Vspβ, was examined and compared to expression of the soybean Vsp genes. Atvsp mRNA was… CONTINUE READING
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