Improvement of Arabidopsis Biomass and Cold, Drought and Salinity Stress Tolerance by Modified Circadian Clock-Associated PSEUDO-RESPONSE REGULATORs.

@article{Nakamichi2016ImprovementOA,
  title={Improvement of Arabidopsis Biomass and Cold, Drought and Salinity Stress Tolerance by Modified Circadian Clock-Associated PSEUDO-RESPONSE REGULATORs.},
  author={Norihito Nakamichi and Saori Takao and Toru Kudo and Takatoshi Kiba and Yin Wang and Toshinori Kinoshita and Hitoshi Sakakibara},
  journal={Plant & cell physiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={57 5},
  pages={
          1085-97
        }
}
Plant circadian clocks control the timing of a variety of genetic, metabolic and physiological processes. Recent studies revealed a possible molecular mechanism for circadian clock regulation. Arabidopsis thaliana (Arabidopsis) PSEUDO-RESPONSE REGULATOR (PRR) genes, including TIMING OF CAB EXPRESSION 1 (TOC1), encode clock-associated transcriptional repressors that act redundantly. Disruption of multiple PRR genes results in drastic phenotypes, including increased biomass and abiotic stress… CONTINUE READING
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