Characterization of a stress-induced, developmentally regulated gene family from soybean

@article{Crowell1992CharacterizationOA,
  title={Characterization of a stress-induced, developmentally regulated gene family from soybean},
  author={Dring N. Crowell and Maliyakal E. John and David R. Russell and Richard M Amasino},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={1992},
  volume={18},
  pages={459-466}
}
We describe a family of stress-induced, developmentally regulated soybean genes for which cDNAs have been obtained from two different cultivars (Glycine max cv. Mandarin and Glycine max cv. Williams). The mRNAs corresponding to these cDNAs, called SAM22 and H4, respectively, accumulate predominantly in the roots of soybean seedlings but are present at high levels in the roots and leaves of mature plants. SAM22 accumulation is especially dramatic in senescent leaves. In addition, SAM22… CONTINUE READING
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