Developmental expression of a turgor-responsive gene that encodes an intrinsic membrane protein

@article{Jones1995DevelopmentalEO,
  title={Developmental expression of a turgor-responsive gene that encodes an intrinsic membrane protein},
  author={Jennifer T. Jones and John E Mullet},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={1995},
  volume={28},
  pages={983-996}
}
We previously reported that the pea (Pisum sativum) gene, Trg31, shows increased transcription and elevated mRNA levels in plant tissues which are dehydrated and lose turgor. The protein encoded by Trg31 is homologous to members of the MIP intrinsic membrane protein superfamily. Expression of Trg31 was characterized during pea seedling development and in transgenic tobacco using Trg31 promoter::Gus fusions. In pea, Trg31 mRNA abundance was highest in roots followed by flowers, stems and leaves… CONTINUE READING

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