Overexpression of ARGOS Genes Modifies Plant Sensitivity to Ethylene, Leading to Improved Drought Tolerance in Both Arabidopsis and Maize.

@article{Shi2015OverexpressionOA,
  title={Overexpression of ARGOS Genes Modifies Plant Sensitivity to Ethylene, Leading to Improved Drought Tolerance in Both Arabidopsis and Maize.},
  author={Jinrui Shi and Jeffrey E. Habben and Rayeann L Archibald and Bruce J Drummond and Mark A Chamberlin and Robert W Williams and H Renee Lafitte and Ben P Weers},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={169 1},
  pages={
          266-82
        }
}
Lack of sufficient water is a major limiting factor to crop production worldwide, and the development of drought-tolerant germplasm is needed to improve crop productivity. The phytohormone ethylene modulates plant growth and development as well as plant response to abiotic stress. Recent research has shown that modifying ethylene biosynthesis and signaling can enhance plant drought tolerance. Here, we report novel negative regulators of ethylene signal transduction in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis… CONTINUE READING

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