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The Role of the Homeobox Gene Athb16 in Development Regulation in Arabidopsis Thaliana
by Uppsala Universitet
Written in English
|Series||Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations from the Faculty of Science and Technology, 618|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||50|
Potato (Solanum tuberosum) homeobox 1 (POTH1) is a class I homeobox gene isolated from an early-stage tuber cDNA library. The RNA expression pattern of POTH1, unlike that of most other class I knotted -like homeobox genes, is widespread in the cells of both indeterminate and differentiated tissues. Using in situ hybridization, POTH1 transcripts were detected in meristematic cells, leaf The HD-Zip family has a diversity of functions during plant development. In this study, we identify 33 HD-Zip transcription factors in grape and detect their expressions in ovules and somatic embryos, as well as in various vegetative organs. A genome-wide survey for HD-Zip transcription factors in Vitis was conducted based on the 12 X grape genome (V. vinifera L.).
Vascular cambium, a lateral plant meristem, is a central producer of woody biomass. Although a few transcription factors have been shown to regulate cambial activity1, the phenotypes of the The RHD3 (ROOT HAIR DEFECTIVE3) gene encodes a putative GTP-binding protein required for appropriate cell enlargement in Arabidopsis. To obtain insight into the mechanisms of RHD3 regulation, we conducted a molecular genetic dissection of RHD3 gene expression and function. Gene fusion and complementation studies show that the RHD3 gene is highly expressed throughout Arabidopsis development
ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA HOMEOBOX GENE1 Establishes the Basal Boundaries of Shoot Organs and Controls Stem Growth. The Arabidopsis TALE homeobox gene ATH1 controls floral competency through positive regulation of FLC. open tracheal system development, import into nucleus, regulation of timing of transition from vegetative to reproductive ?type=publication&search_action=search&. In arabidopsis, WOX genes have been shown to play a broad role in plant development, from stem cell maintenance at the meristem level (WUSCHEL in shoot meristem, WOX4 in cambium, WOX5 in root meristem) till embryo patterning (Laux et al., ; Haecker et al., ; Sarkar et al., ; Ji et al., ).We know from Picea abies that all the major WOX subfamilies, with the exception of the MAW
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The Role of the Homeobox Gene ATHB16 in Development Regulation in Arabidopsis thaliana. ActaComprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations from the Faculty of Science and Technology 50 pp. Uppsala. ISBN There are 42 members of the homeodomain-leucine zipper (HDZip) family of transcription factors in Arabidopsis The Role of the Homeobox Gene ATHB16 in Development Regulation in Arabidopsis thaliana.
By Yan Wang. Abstract. There are 42 members of the homeodomain-leucine zipper (HDZip) family of transcription factors in Arabidopsis thaliana. This thesis focuses on the functional analysis of one member of this family, ATHB16, and on the biochemical : The Role of the Homeobox Gene Athb16 in Development Regulation in Arabidopsis Thaliana (Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations from the Faculty of Science & Technology) (): Wang, Yan: › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Science & Mathematics.
Wang, Y., (). The role of the homeobox gene ATHB16 in development regulation in Arabidopsis thaliana. Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertation from the Faculty of Science and Technology, Uppsala, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis The Arabidopsis homeobox gene, ATHB16, regulates leaf development and the sensitivity to photoperiod in Arabidopsis Article in Developmental Biology (1) January with 84 Reads As it was mentioned before, transcriptional regulation plays a leading role in plants and 3%–6% of genes encode TFs, a significantly higher proportion than in animals.
Around 1, TFs have been identified in the Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) genome 2 and 1, in that of rice (Oryza sativa) 3. Although around 45% plant TFs belong to The Role of the Homeobox Gene ATHB16 in Development Regulation in Arabidopsis thaliana Wang, Yan Uppsala University, Teknisk-naturvetenskapliga vetenskapsområdet, Faculty of Science and Technology, Biology, Department of Evolutionary ?pid=diva Class 1 KNOTTED1-LIKE HOMEOBOX (KNOXI) genes encode transcription factors that are expressed in the shoot apical meristem (SAM) and are essential for SAM maintenance.
In some species with compound leaves, including tomato (Solanum lycopersicum), KNOXI genes are also expressed during leaf development and affect leaf morphology. To dissect the role of KNOXI proteins The second WOX gene that was found to play a role in flower development is Arabidopsis PRESSED FLOWER (At-PRS, also called WOX3).
Mutants for this gene have flowers with a flattened appearance (hence the name) because lateral sepal development is affected: they are usually smaller, sometimes with a filamentous appearance, or can be completely The homeobox gene family plays a crucial role during the development of multicellular organisms.
The KNOTTED -like genes from Arabidopsis thaliana (KNAT6 and KNAT2) are close relatives of the meristematic genes SHOOT MERISTEMLESS (STM) and BREVIPEDICELLUS, but their function is not currently known. To investigate their role, we identified null alleles of KNAT6 and The Arabidopsis thaliana homeodomain leucine-zipper gene ATHB7, which is active specifically under water deficit conditions, is proposed to act as a negative regulator of growth (Söderman et al.,Plant J.
; Hjellström et al.,Plant Cell Environ ). In this report we demonstrate that the paralogous gene, ATHB12, has a similar expression pattern and :// The Arabidopsis homeobox gene, ATHB16, regulates leaf development and the sensitivity to photoperiod in Arabidopsis.
Developmental biology– (). Article Misexpression or loss‐of‐function of WOX13 alters vegetative growth and fruit development. Because WOX family members play important roles in meristem function (Mayer et al., ; Wu et al., ; Sarkar et al., ), and because WOX13 is expressed in the meristem‐like replum region of developing carpels, we explored the possibility that WOX13 might play a role during replum :// The vascular cambium is a lateral meristem that produces secondary xylem (i.e., wood) and phloem.
Different Cactaceae species develop different types of secondary xylem; however, little is known about the mechanisms underlying wood formation in the Cactaceae. The KNOTTED HOMEOBOX (KNOX) gene family encodes transcription factors that regulate plant development.
The role of class I KNOX Carlos Alberto Dezar, Gabriela Marisa Gago, Daniel Héctor González and Raquel Lía Chan, Hahb-4, a sunflower homeobox-leucine zipper gene, is a developmental regulator and confers drought tolerance to Arabidopsis thaliana plants, Transgenic Research, /s, 14, 4, (), ().
The HD-Zip family of transcription factors is unique to the plant kingdom. These proteins exhibit the singular combination of a homeodomain with a leucine zipper acting as a dimerization motif.
They can be classified into four subfamilies, according to a set of distinctive features that include DNA-binding specificities, gene structures, additional common motifs and physiological ://(07) In Arabidopsis thaliana, the phytohormone auxin is an important patterning agent during embryogenesis and post-embryonic development, exerting effects through transcriptional main determinants of the transcriptional auxin response machinery are AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR (ARF) transcription factors and AUXIN/INDOLEACETIC ACID (AUX/IAA) :// This approach resulted in the isolation of MDH1, a homeobox gene with a homeodomain similar to that of BELL1 (BEL1), which is involved in regulation of ovule development in :// Summary.
Plant development is adapted to changing environmental conditions for optimizing growth. This developmental adaptation is influenced by signals from the environment, which act as stimuli and may include submergence and fluctuations in water status, light conditions, nutrient status, temperature and the concentrations of toxic :// GRFs also play a role in development of female reproductive organs of A.
thaliana (Liang et al. ), and are expressed in rice embryos and maize ears, suggesting a possible role in regulation of seed growth and development (Ye et al. ; Zhang et al. The Arabidopsis TALE homeobox gene ATH1 controls floral competency through positive regulation of FLC.
THE PLANT JOURNAL AT4G AT4G AT5G?id=&type=locus.In many eudicots, the leaf blade is attached to the stem by a petiole (Figure 1B).Many eudicots, such as Arabidopsis, also generate stipules near the leaf base that protect developing young leaves and serve as a source of the phytohormone auxin during early leaf development (Figure 1B) (Aloni et al., ).Despite variation in size and shape, leaves are traditionally classified as simple or The majority of the Arabidopsis fruit comprises an ovary with three primary tissue types: the valves, the replum and the valve margins.
The valves, which are derived from the ovary walls, are separated along their entire length by the replum. The valve margin, which consists of a separation layer and a lignified layer, forms as a narrow stripe of cells at the valve-replum ://