New pollen-specific receptor kinases identified in tomato, maize and Arabidopsis: the tomato kinases show overlapping but distinct localization patterns on pollen tubes

@article{Kim2002NewPR,
  title={New pollen-specific receptor kinases identified in tomato, maize and Arabidopsis: the tomato kinases show overlapping but distinct localization patterns on pollen tubes},
  author={Hyun Uk Kim and Robyn L Cotter and Shelly A. Johnson and Mineo Senda and Peter G. Dodds and Rima M. Kulikauskas and Weihua Tang and In{\'e}s Ezcurra and Paul Herzmark and Sheila McCormick},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={50},
  pages={1-16}
}
We previously characterized LePRK1 and LePRK2, pollen-specific receptor kinases from tomato (Muschietti et al., 1998). Here we identify a similar receptor kinase from maize, ZmPRK1, that is also specifically expressed late in pollen development, and a third pollen receptor kinase from tomato, LePRK3. LePRK3 is less similar to LePRK1 and LePRK2 than either is to each other. We used immunolocalization to show that all three LePRKs localize to the pollen tube wall, in partially overlapping but… CONTINUE READING
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