Sugar coordinately and differentially regulates growth- and stress-related gene expression via a complex signal transduction network and multiple control mechanisms.

@article{Ho2001SugarCA,
  title={Sugar coordinately and differentially regulates growth- and stress-related gene expression via a complex signal transduction network and multiple control mechanisms.},
  author={S Ho and Yufang Chao and Wing K. Tong and Su-May Yu},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={125 2},
  pages={
          877-90
        }
}
In plants, sugars are required to sustain growth and regulate gene expression. A large set of genes are either up- or down-regulated by sugars; however, whether there is a common mechanism and signal transduction pathway for differential and coordinated sugar regulation remain unclear. In the present study, the rice (Oryza sativa cv Tainan 5) cell culture was used as a model system to address this question. Sucrose and glucose both played dual functions in gene regulation as exemplified by the… CONTINUE READING
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