Bus, a bushy Arabidopsis CYP79F1 knockout mutant with abolished synthesis of short-chain aliphatic glucosinolates.

@article{Reintanz2001BusAB,
  title={Bus, a bushy Arabidopsis CYP79F1 knockout mutant with abolished synthesis of short-chain aliphatic glucosinolates.},
  author={Birgit Reintanz and Michaela Lehnen and Michael Reichelt and Jonathan Gershenzon and Mariusz Kowalczyk and Goran Sandberg and Matthias Godde and Rainer Uhl and Klaus Palme},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2001},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={351-67}
}
A new mutant of Arabidopsis designated bus1-1 (for bushy), which exhibited a bushy phenotype with crinkled leaves and retarded vascularization, was characterized. The phenotype was caused by an En-1 insertion in the gene CYP79F1. The deduced protein belongs to the cytochrome P450 superfamily. Because members of the CYP79 subfamily are believed to catalyze the oxidation of amino acids to aldoximes, the initial step in glucosinolate biosynthesis, we analyzed the level of glucosinolates in a… CONTINUE READING
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