Indeterminate domain 10 regulates ammonium-mediated gene expression in rice roots.

@article{Xuan2013IndeterminateD1,
  title={Indeterminate domain 10 regulates ammonium-mediated gene expression in rice roots.},
  author={Yuan Hu Xuan and Ryza A. Priatama and Jin Huang and Byoung Il Je and Weiping Li and Soon J. Park and Hai Long Piao and Dae Young Son and Jeung Joo Lee and Sung Han Park and Ki Hong Jung and Tae Ho Kim and Chang-deok Han},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  year={2013},
  volume={197 3},
  pages={791-804}
}
Indeterminate domain (IDD) genes are a family of plant transcriptional regulators that function in the control of development and metabolism during growth. Here, the function of Oryza sativa indeterminate domain 10 (OsIDD10) has been explored in rice plants. Compared with wild-type roots, idd10 mutant roots are hypersensitive to exogenous ammonium. This work aims to define the action of IDD10 on gene expression involved in ammonium uptake and nitrogen (N) metabolism. The ammonium induction of… CONTINUE READING
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