Grain setting defect1, encoding a remorin protein, affects the grain setting in rice through regulating plasmodesmatal conductance.

@article{Gui2014GrainSD,
  title={Grain setting defect1, encoding a remorin protein, affects the grain setting in rice through regulating plasmodesmatal conductance.},
  author={Jinshan Gui and Changming Liu and Junhui Shen and Laigeng Li},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={166 3},
  pages={1463-78}
}
Effective grain filling is one of the key determinants of grain setting in rice (Oryza sativa). Grain setting defect1 (GSD1), which encodes a putative remorin protein, was found to affect grain setting in rice. Investigation of the phenotype of a transfer DNA insertion mutant (gsd1-Dominant) with enhanced GSD1 expression revealed abnormalities including a reduced grain setting rate, accumulation of carbohydrates in leaves, and lower soluble sugar content in the phloem exudates. GSD1 was found… CONTINUE READING
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