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Mechanisms Regulating the Response of Arabidopsis thaliana to Heat Stress
Abiotic stresses cause extensive losses to agricultural production worldwide. Acclimation of plants to abiotic stresses is mediated by a complex network of transcription factors and other regulatory genes that control ...
The Involvement of Zinc-Finger Proteins in the Abiotic Stress-Response Network of Arabidopsis thaliana
Even though plants have many defense and acclimation mechanisms, environmental stresses are still the major cause for crop loss worldwide. All environmental stresses together are estimated to reduce average yields of major ...
Auto-inhibition in Calcium-dependent Protein Kinase CPK34 Results from a Combination of Competitive and Non-competitive Mechanisms
Calcium-dependent protein kinases (CPKs) are Ser/Thr protein kinases that are present in plants, ciliates and apicomplexan parasites. CPKs have a novel structure in which the kinase domain is connected to a calcium-sensing ...
Arabidopsis thaliana P4-type ATPases ALA4 and ALA5 are Necessary for Normal Cellular Elongation in Developing Vegetative Tissues and Rescue the Pollen Tube Deficiencies in Knockout ala6/7 Mutants
Members of the P4 subfamily of P-type ATPases (lipid flippases) have been shown to incorporate specific lipids into cellular membranes, as well as flip lipids from one leaflet to another to create an asymmetric distribution ...