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molecular characterization and regulation of an ABA-responsive protein kinase in wheat

Robert John Anderberg

molecular characterization and regulation of an ABA-responsive protein kinase in wheat

by Robert John Anderberg

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Protein kinases.,
  • Wheat -- Genetics.

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    Statementby Robert John Anderberg.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 37 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17785525M

    The immunoprecipitation kinase assays of TOR kinase were performed as previously described (Xiong et al., ). 10 μL immunoprecipitated TOR kinase was incubated with 1 μg recombinant PYLs proteins in 25 μL kinase buffer (25 mM HEPES, pH , 20 mM KCl, 10 mM MgCl 2, 1 μM cold ATP, 5 μCi [γ P]ATP, with or without μM PP or 25 Cited by: ological processes in all living organisms. CK2 kinase is one of the Ser/Thr kinases involved in the regulation of protein function and is present in all eukaryotes. The protein kinase casein kinase II (also known as CK2) is a tetrameric protein composed of two regulatory (b) and two catalytic (a) subunits. Except for plants and the yeast Cited by:

      A wheat protein kinase, WPK4, also shares substantial sequence identity with CIPK1 in both the kinase and the C-terminal nonkinase domains (Sano and Youssefian, ). The C-terminal regions of these protein kinases are compared in Figure 1C, which shows that a region of 20 to 30 amino acids in the middle of the C-terminal domain is highly Cited by: Genome-wide identification, evolution, and molecular characterization of the PP2C gene family in woodland strawberry Group A PP2Cs are ABA-responsive (e.g The structure and regulation of.

    This chapter briefly considers the major features of cell cycle control to provide a general context for the discussion of Plasmodium cell proliferation regulators. Progression through the cell cycle phases is controlled by the cyclin-dependent protein kinases (CDKs). These enzymes phosphorylate a number of substrates involved in processes such as in initiation of DNA synthesis or chromosome Cited by: 1. The eukaryotic protein kinases make up a large superfamily of homologous proteins. They are related by virtue of their kinase domains (also known as catalytic domains), which consist of approximately amino acid by:


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Molecular characterization and regulation of an ABA-responsive protein kinase in wheat by Robert John Anderberg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Zhou H. et al. Molecular analysis of three new receptor-like kinase genes from hexaploid wheat and evidence for their participation in the wheat hypersensitive response to stripe rust fungus infection.

Plant J 52, – (). Tena G., Boudsocq M. & Sheen J. Protein kinase signaling networks in plant innate by: severa1 ABA-responsive mRNAs (reviewed by Curry and Walker-Simmons, ) in addition to PKABAl protein kinase that accumulate in desiccating seeds and in dehy- drated vegetative tissue of young seedlings.

Some of these wheat clones represent mRNAs that encode LEA proteins that include the Em (group 1 LEA) protein, dehydrins (rab,Cited by: The Wheat Abscisic Acid-Responsive Protein Kinase mRNA, PKABA1, Is Up-Regulated by Dehydration, Cold Temperature, and Osmotic by: SnRK2 protein kinases-key regulators of plant response to abiotic stresses.

OM – /omi [PMC free article] Li J., Wang X. Q., Watson M. B., Assmann S. Regulation of abscisic acid-induced stomatal closure and anion channels by guard cell AAPK by: 9. ERF transcription factors play important roles in regulating gene expression under abiotic and biotic stresses. The first member of the ERF gene family in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) was isolated by screening a drought-induced cDNA library and designated as T.

aestivum ethylene-responsive factor 1 (TaERF1), which encoded a putative protein of amino acids with a conserved DNA Cited by:   Cysteine-rich receptor kinases (CRKs) belong to the receptor-like kinase family. Little is known about CRK genes in wheat. We isolated a wheat Cited by: In humans, members of the WNK protein kinase family are osmosensitive regulators of cell volume homeostasis and epithelial ion transport, and mutation of these proteins causes a rare inherited form of hypertension due to increased renal NaCl re‐ by: In case of C-LRK, protein phosphorylation was predicted in a biological process, while protein kinase and ATP binding in the molecular function category.

Gene and protein characterization The average length of TaLRKs coding sequence (CDS) and protein wasand bp, andand AA residues for L-LRKs, B-LRKs and C-LRKs, by:   Protein tyrosine kinases and phosphatases play a vital role in the regulation of cell growth and differentiation in animal systems.

However, none of these enzymes has been characterized from higher plants. In this study, we isolated a cDNA encoding a putative protein tyrosine phosphatase (PTPase) from Arabidopsis (referred to as AtPTP1).

The expression level of AtPTP1 is highly. Isolation and molecular characterization of ERF1, an ethylene response factor gene from durum wheat especially the homologues of the TaMAPK1 protein kinase (Xu et al., reports on the involvement of wheat ERF proteins in stress responses remain poorly documented.

In bread wheat, only four ERF genes Cited by: A protein kinase-phosphatase pair interacts with an ion channel to regulate ABA signaling in plant guard cells Sung Chul Lee1, Wenzhi Lan1, Bob B. Buchanan2, and Sheng Luan2 Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, University of California, Berkeley, CA Contributed by Bob B.

Buchanan, Septem (sent for review )Cited by:   Protein kinases (PKs) belonging to a large superfamily play vital roles in plant development and stress tolerance, whereas only a small number of PKs have been functionally studied in wheat.

Genome-wide survey and characterization of wheat PK genes (TaPKs) will be valuable in future genetic improvement program. In this study, we performed genome-wide identification of PK in wheat Author: Kaifa Wei, YiXuan Li.

The observed phenotypes of transgenic plants and the regulation of TabZIP2 activity by nutrient starvation-responsive WPK4, suggest that the TabZIP2 could be the part of a signalling pathway, which controls the rearrangement of carbohydrate and nutrient flows in plant organs in response to by: 4.

Activation of protein kinase C (PKC) by phorbol esters have been demonstrated to activate (16, 17) or depress (18, 19) neuronal NMDA receptors. In addition, intracellular perfusion of purified PKC into spinal trigeminal neurons potentiates NMDA receptors (20), and PKC seems to mediate the modulation of NMDA receptors by μ-opioids in these.

Molecular Characterization of a Novel Gene Family Encoding ACT Domain Repeat Proteins in Arabidopsis Article (PDF Available) in Plant physiology (4) January with Reads. The Ae. tauschii LEAF RUST 10 DISEASE-RESISTANCE LOCUS RECEPTOR-LIKE PROTEIN KINASE-like (lr10r) gene was significantly induced only in KU after LR treatment (Fig.

The wheat receptor-kinase-like gene TaWAKL4/Stb6 is the closet homolog of Author: Aro Lee. The structure of the C-terminal domain of the protein kinase AtSOS2 bound to the calcium sensor AtSOS3.

Mol Cell. ;26(3)– Guo Y, Halfter U, Ishitani M, Zhu JK. Molecular characterization of functional domains in the protein kinase SOS2 that is required for plant salt tolerance.

Plant Cell. ;13(6)– Cited by: The catalytic subunit of protein kinase A (PKAc) was purified to apparent homogeneity from two species of cold-hardy goldenrod gall insects, Epiblema scudderiana and Eurosta specific activity for both enzymes was ∼ nmol of phosphate transferred per minute per milligram by:   Identification and characterization of core abscisic acid (ABA) signaling components and their gene expression profile in response to abiotic Cited by: 4.

Wheat CBL-interacting protein kinase 23 positively regulates drought stress and ABA responses Article (PDF Available) in BMC Plant Biology 18(1) December with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Because these ABA-responsive genes encode proteins important for stress tolerance such as protective proteins and enzymes for osmolyte synthesis (3, 25), ABFs are among the most important transcription factors for ABA function.

Activation of ABF2 by ABA was suppressed by the protein kinase inhibitor staurosporine (23).Cited by: Andrea Ditzer and Dorothea Bartels, Identification of a dehydration and ABA-responsive promoter regulon and isolation of corresponding DNA binding proteins for the group 4 LEA gene CpC2 from C.

plantagineum, Plant Molecular Biology, /s, 61,(), ().Cited by:   The proteins encoded by these genes perceive the effectors of insect and activate the defense pathways, including the expression of defense-related genes, including mitogen-activated protein kinase, plant hormone, and transcription factors; and defense mechanism against insects, including callose deposition, trypsin proteinase inhibitors Author: Bo Du, Rongzhi Chen, Jianping Guo, Guangcun He.