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Plant Physiology

 
 
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High impact information on Plant Physiology

  • This finding has profound implications for understanding plant physiology and development and for defining new modes of regulation of SCF ubiquitin ligase complexes [1].
  • The plant hormone auxin regulates plant physiology by modulating the interaction of transcription factors with auxin response elements (AuxREs) of the affected genes [2].
  • Sucrose to starch: a transition in molecular plant physiology [3].
  • The recent discovery that the effectors XopD, AvrXv4, AvrPphB, and AvrRpt2 have cysteine protease functions reveals that the proteolysis of host substrates is an important strategy employed by pathogens to alter plant physiology [4].
  • To elucidate plant mechanisms involved in molybdenum (Mo) sequestration and tolerance, Brassica spp. seedlings were supplied with molybdate, and the effects on plant physiology, morphology, and biochemistry were analyzed [5].
 

Anatomical context of Plant Physiology

 

Associations of Plant Physiology with chemical compounds

 

Gene context of Plant Physiology

  • These results provide first insight into the possible roles of PGM/bPGM in plant physiology and in plant-pathogen interactions [12].
  • These results were achieved within a cooperation funded by DFG and comprising Niko Beerenwinkel (MPI Saarbücken), Martin Däumer (Univ. Cologne), Daniel Hoffmann (caesar Bonn), Rolf Kaiser (Univ. Cologne), Klaus Korn (Univ. Erlangen), Joachim Selbig (MPI Plant Physiology, Golm) Barbara Schmidt (Univ. Erlangen) and Hauke Walter (Univ. Erlangen) [13].
  • PME action produces pectin with different structural and functional properties, having an important role in plant physiology [14].

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  3. Sucrose to starch: a transition in molecular plant physiology. Fernie, A.R., Willmitzer, L., Trethewey, R.N. Trends Plant Sci. (2002) [Pubmed]
  4. Cysteine proteases in phytopathogenic bacteria: identification of plant targets and activation of innate immunity. Hotson, A., Mudgett, M.B. Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. (2004) [Pubmed]
  5. Molybdenum sequestration in Brassica species. A role for anthocyanins? Hale, K.L., McGrath, S.P., Lombi, E., Stack, S.M., Terry, N., Pickering, I.J., George, G.N., Pilon-Smits, E.A. Plant Physiol. (2001) [Pubmed]
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