SGRL can regulate chlorophyll metabolism and contributes to normal plant growth and development in Pisum sativum L.

@inproceedings{Bell2015SGRLCR,
  title={SGRL can regulate chlorophyll metabolism and contributes to normal plant growth and development in Pisum sativum L.},
  author={Andrew J. Bell and Carol Moreau and Catherine N. Chinoy and Rebecca Spanner and Marion Dalmais and Christine le Signor and Abdel Bendahmane and Markus Klenell and Claire Domoney},
  booktitle={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2015}
}
Among a set of genes in pea (Pisum sativum L.) that were induced under drought-stress growth conditions, one encoded a protein with significant similarity to a regulator of chlorophyll catabolism, SGR. This gene, SGRL, is distinct from SGR in genomic location, encoded carboxy-terminal motif, and expression through plant and seed development. Divergence of the two encoded proteins is associated with a loss of similarity in intron/exon gene structure. Transient expression of SGRL in leaves of… CONTINUE READING
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