Systemically wound-responsive genes in poplar trees encode proteins similar to sweet potato sporamins and legume Kunitz trypsin inhibitors

@article{Bradshaw1990SystemicallyWG,
  title={Systemically wound-responsive genes in poplar trees encode proteins similar to sweet potato sporamins and legume Kunitz trypsin inhibitors},
  author={Harvey D. Bradshaw and Jay Brian Hollick and Thomas J. Parsons and Howard R. G. Clarke and Milton Paul Gordon},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={1990},
  volume={14},
  pages={51-59}
}
When the lower leaves of hybrid poplar trees are mechanically wounded, several novel mRNAs accumulate in the unwounded upper leaves (Parsons TJ, Bradshaw HD, Gordon MP: Systemic accumulation of specific mRNAs in response to wounding in poplar trees, Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, in press). A partial cDNA clone corresponding to a transcript from the wound-responsive gene designated win 3 (wound-inducible) has been cloned by differential hybridization to 32P-labelled cDNA from the leaves of wounded… CONTINUE READING
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