Mitochondrial type-I prohibitins of Arabidopsis thaliana are required for supporting proficient meristem development.

@article{Aken2007MitochondrialTP,
  title={Mitochondrial type-I prohibitins of Arabidopsis thaliana are required for supporting proficient meristem development.},
  author={Olivier Van Aken and Tamara Pe{\vc}enkov{\'a} and Brigitte van de Cotte and Dominique Eeckhout and Hillel Fromm and Geert De Jaeger and Erwin Witters and Gerrit T. S. Beemster and Dirk Inz{\'e} and Frank Van Breusegem},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={52 5},
  pages={
          850-64
        }
}
The Arabidopsis thaliana genome expresses five evolutionarily conserved prohibitin (PHB) genes that are divided into type-I (AtPHB3 and AtPHB4) and type-II (AtPHB1, AtPHB2 and AtPHB6) classes, based on their phylogenetic relationships with yeast PHB1 and PHB2, respectively. Yeast and animal PHBs are reported to have diverse roles in the cell cycle, mitochondrial electron transport, aging and apoptosis. All transcribed Arabidopsis PHB genes are primarily expressed in both shoot and root… CONTINUE READING
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