The L-type lectin receptor-like kinase (PnLecRLK1) from the Antarctic moss Pohlia nutans enhances chilling-stress tolerance and abscisic acid sensitivity in Arabidopsis

@article{Liu2016TheLL,
  title={The L-type lectin receptor-like kinase (PnLecRLK1) from the Antarctic moss Pohlia nutans enhances chilling-stress tolerance and abscisic acid sensitivity in Arabidopsis},
  author={Shenghao Liu and Jing Wang and Kaoshan Chen and Zhaohui Zhang and Pengying Zhang},
  journal={Plant Growth Regulation},
  year={2016},
  volume={81},
  pages={409-418}
}
Lectin receptor-like kinases (LecRLK) are widespread in higher plants and their effects on abiotic stress tolerance are gradually being reported. However, little information is available on LecRLK functions in bryophytes. Here, an L-type LecRLK gene (PnLecRLK1) was characterized from the Antarctic moss Pohlia nutans. Subcellular localization analysis revealed that PnLecRLK1 was a plasma membrane protein. The expression of PnLecRLK1 was rapidly induced by simulated cold, salt, and drought… CONTINUE READING

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