SLO2, a mitochondrial pentatricopeptide repeat protein affecting several RNA editing sites, is required for energy metabolism.

@article{Zhu2012SLO2AM,
  title={SLO2, a mitochondrial pentatricopeptide repeat protein affecting several RNA editing sites, is required for energy metabolism.},
  author={Qiang Zhu and Jasper Dugardeyn and Chunyi Zhang and Mizuki Takenaka and Kristina K{\"u}hn and Christian Craddock and Jan A. Smalle and Michael Karampelias and Jurgen Denecke and Janny L. Peters and Tom Gerats and Axel Brennicke and Peter J Eastmond and Etienne H Meyer and Dominique Van Der Straeten},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={71 5},
  pages={836-49}
}
Pentatricopeptide repeat (PPR) proteins belong to a family of approximately 450 members in Arabidopsis, of which few have been characterized. We identified loss of function alleles of SLO2, defective in a PPR protein belonging to the E+ subclass of the P-L-S subfamily. slo2 mutants are characterized by retarded leaf emergence, restricted root growth, and late flowering. This phenotype is enhanced in the absence of sucrose, suggesting a defect in energy metabolism. The slo2 growth retardation… CONTINUE READING
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