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MYB26  -  myb domain protein 26

Arabidopsis thaliana

 
 
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High impact information on MYB26

  • Arabidopsis MYB26/MALE STERILE35 Regulates Secondary Thickening in the Endothecium and Is Essential for Anther Dehiscence [1].
  • MYB26 expression in anthers occurs early during endothecial development, with maximal expression during pollen mitosis I and bicellular stages, indicating a regulatory role in specifying early endothecial cell development [1].
  • Disruption of Arabidopsis thaliana MYB26 results in male sterility due to non-dehiscent anthers [2].
  • The high stability of the sterile phenotype, together with the fact that pollen is functional, makes AtMYB26 and its orthologs a valuable tool for manipulating male fertility in higher plants [2].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of MYB26

References

  1. Arabidopsis MYB26/MALE STERILE35 Regulates Secondary Thickening in the Endothecium and Is Essential for Anther Dehiscence. Yang, C., Xu, Z., Song, J., Conner, K., Vizcay Barrena, G., Wilson, Z.A. Plant Cell (2007) [Pubmed]
  2. Disruption of Arabidopsis thaliana MYB26 results in male sterility due to non-dehiscent anthers. Steiner-Lange, S., Unte, U.S., Eckstein, L., Yang, C., Wilson, Z.A., Schmelzer, E., Dekker, K., Saedler, H. Plant J. (2003) [Pubmed]
 
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