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cDNA cloning of cytoplasmic ribosomal protein S7 of winter rye (Secale cereale) and its expression in low-temperature-treated leaves.

A cDNA clone (ScRPS7) encoding the cytoplasmic ribosomal protein S7 was isolated from a rye leaf cDNA library and sequenced. The deduced protein of 192 amino acids with M(r) 22189 shows identity of 52% or 47%, respectively, relative to S7 proteins of human or yeast. A RPS7 mRNA accumulation is higher in the meristematic zone at the leaf base than in the non-meristematic middle and upper section of leaves. Short periods of cold stress sharply reduce the mRNA level while leaves of cold hardened plants contain normal levels of ScRPS7 transcripts.[1]


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