Tomato SR/CAMTA transcription factors SlSR1 and SlSR3L negatively regulate disease resistance response and SlSR1L positively modulates drought stress tolerance

@inproceedings{Li2014TomatoST,
  title={Tomato SR/CAMTA transcription factors SlSR1 and SlSR3L negatively regulate disease resistance response and SlSR1L positively modulates drought stress tolerance},
  author={Xiaohui Li and Lei Huang and Yafen Zhang and Zhigang Ouyang and Yongbo Hong and Huijuan Zhang and Dayong Li and Fengming Song},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2014}
}
The SR/CAMTA proteins represent a small family of transcription activators that play important roles in plant responses to biotic and abiotic stresses. Seven SlSR/CAMTA genes were identified in tomato as tomato counterparts of SR/CAMTA; however, the involvement of SlSRs/CAMTAs in biotic and abiotic stress responses is not clear. In this study, we performed functional analysis of the SlSR/CAMTA family for their possible functions in defense response against pathogens and tolerance to drought… CONTINUE READING
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