Nucleolar GTP-Binding Protein 1-2 (NOG1-2) Interacts with Jasmonate-ZIMDomain Protein 9 (JAZ9) to Regulate Stomatal Aperture during Plant Immunity

@inproceedings{Lee2018NucleolarGP,
  title={Nucleolar GTP-Binding Protein 1-2 (NOG1-2) Interacts with Jasmonate-ZIMDomain Protein 9 (JAZ9) to Regulate Stomatal Aperture during Plant Immunity},
  author={Seonghee Lee and Clemencia M Rojas and Sunhee Oh and Miyoung Kang and Swarup Roy Choudhury and Hee-Kyung Lee and Randy D Allen and Sona Pandey and Kirankumar S Mysore},
  booktitle={International journal of molecular sciences},
  year={2018}
}
Plant defense responses at stomata and apoplast are the most important early events during plant⁻bacteria interactions. The key components of stomatal defense responses have not been fully characterized. A GTPase encoding gene, NOG1-2, which is required for stomatal innate immunity against bacterial pathogens, was recently identified. Functional studies in Arabidopsis revealed that NOG1-2 regulates guard cell signaling in response to biotic and abiotic stimulus through jasmonic acid (JA)- and… CONTINUE READING

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