Evolutionary history and stress regulation of plant receptor-like kinase/pelle genes.

@article{LehtiShiu2009EvolutionaryHA,
  title={Evolutionary history and stress regulation of plant receptor-like kinase/pelle genes.},
  author={Melissa D. Lehti-Shiu and Cheng Zhi Zou and Kousuke Hanada and Shin-Han Shiu},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={150 1},
  pages={
          12-26
        }
}
Receptor-Like Kinase (RLK)/Pelle genes play roles ranging from growth regulation to defense response, and the dramatic expansion of this family has been postulated to be crucial for plant-specific adaptations. Despite this, little is known about the history of or the factors that contributed to the dramatic expansion of this gene family. In this study, we show that expansion coincided with the establishment of land plants and that RLK/Pelle subfamilies were established early in land plant… CONTINUE READING
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