Constitutive Expressor of Pathogenesis-Related Genes5 affects cell wall biogenesis and trichome development

  title={Constitutive Expressor of Pathogenesis-Related Genes5 affects cell wall biogenesis and trichome development},
  author={Ginger Brininstool and Remmy Kasili and L. A. Simmons and V. Kirik and M. H{\"u}lskamp and J. Larkin},
  journal={BMC Plant Biology},
  pages={58 - 58}
  • Ginger Brininstool, Remmy Kasili, +3 authors J. Larkin
  • Published 2007
  • Biology, Medicine
  • BMC Plant Biology
  • BackgroundThe Arabidopsis thaliana CONSTITUTIVE EXPRESSOR OF PATHOGENESIS-RELATED GENES5 (CPR5) gene has been previously implicated in disease resistance, cell proliferation, cell death, and sugar sensing, and encodes a putative membrane protein of unknown biochemical function. Trichome development is also affected in cpr5 plants, which have leaf trichomes that are reduced in size and branch number.ResultsIn the work presented here, the role of CPR5 in trichome development was examined… CONTINUE READING
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