By Peter Hedden, Stephen G. Thomas
Plant development is regulated by means of developmental programmes that may be converted by way of environmental cues performing via endogenous signaling molecules together with plant hormones.
This quantity offers an outline of the biosynthesis, catabolism, conception and sign transduction of the person hormone sessions, by means of chapters on hormone distribution and delivery, and the jobs of hormone signaling in particular developmental methods. specific realization is paid to the law of hormone signaling by means of environmental and developmental cues, websites of hormone metabolism and motion, and interactions among hormone signaling pathways. The e-book is directed at researchers and pros in plant biochemistry and molecular biology.
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2004) have shown that of the 8100 Arabidopsis genes represented on an Affymetrix oligo-based microarray, only 64 of them seem to be preferentially expressed in guard cells. The utility of this database to help identify guard cell-specific signaling components is already proven by the finding of a T-DNA mutant disrupted in an ABA-responsive PP2C gene encoding AtP2C-HA, which showed ABA-hypersensitive. 7 ABA as antagonizing signal to light in stomatal movement During the day, guard cells have to confront simultaneously sunlight which stimulates stomatal opening and the need to avert excessive transpiration by closing the stomatal pores.
2000). , 2004). Comparing the protein sequences of VP1 and ABI3 has revealed that, besides B3, they also share several other conserved domains (Fig. 3a). , 2001). , 1999). ABI5 encodes a bZIP-type ABSCISIC ACID SYNTHESIS, METABOLISM AND SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION 13 (A) B2 A1 B3 A2 B1 AA B2 FUS3 B3 ABI3/VP1 DNA binding ABI5 interaction AIP2 binding/nuclear localization Ubiquitination (B) (C) AFP1/ proteasome ABA AIP2 VP1/ABI3 ABI5 ? 3 Major seed transcription regulators. (a) Modular structures of FUS3 and VP1/ABI3 proteins with conserved domains highlighted.
2004). Two new alleles of the abscisic aldehyde oxidase 3 gene reveal its role in abscisic acid biosynthesis in seeds. , 135, 325–333. , Vartanian, N. & Giraudat, J. (1999). ABI1 protein phosphatase 2C is a negative regulator of abscisic acid signaling. Plant Cell, 11, 1897. , Miginiac, E. & Jullien, M. (2000). Control of seed dormancy in Nicotiana plumbaginifolia: post-imbibition abscisic acid synthesis imposes dormancy maintenance. Planta, 210, 279–285. , Van Yperen, I. M. (1991). Strongly reduced levels of endogenous abscisic acid in developing seeds of the tomato mutant sitiens do not influence in vivo accumulation of dry matter and storage proteins.
Annual Plant Reviews, Plant Hormone Signaling (Volume 24) by Peter Hedden, Stephen G. Thomas