*  A soybean MADS-box protein modulates floral organ numbers, petal identity and sterility | BMC Plant Biology | Full Text
In addition, we observed the interactions of GmMADS28 with soybean homologs of SOC1, AP1, and AGL8/FUL proteins. In this study ... there are almost no functional studies of them in soybean, an important protein and oil crop in the world. In addition, the ... Expression of GmMADS28 in the stamens and petals of a soybean mutant NJS-10Hfs whose stamens are converted into petals was ... Controlling male fertility is an important goal in plant hybrid breeding but is difficult in some crops like soybean. The ...
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*  Developmental changes in abundance of the VSPβ protein following nuclear transformation of maize with the Soybean vspβ cDNA |...
In soybeans (a dicotyledonous legume), the vspA and B genes encode subunits of a dimeric vegetative storage protein that plays ... To test this, transgenic maize (Zea Mays L. Hi-II hybrid) lines were created expressing soybean vspB from a maize ubiquitin Ubi ... In leaves from seven-week-old plants (prior to flowering), VSPβ accumulated to 0.5% of the soluble leaf protein in primary ... During seed-filling (silage-stage) in R1 plants, the VSPβ protein was no longer detected in leaves and stems despite continued ...
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*  Sequence mining and transcript profiling to explore differentially expressed genes associated with lipid biosynthesis during...
It is desirable to increase oil yields from soybean, and so this has been a major goal of oilseed engineering. However, it is ... All of the genes identified in our research have significance for breeding soybeans with increased oil contents. ... These results provide a comprehensive molecular biology background for research on soybean seed development, particularly with ... Soybean (Glycine max L.) is one of the most important oil crops in the world. ...
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*  Regulation of Arabidopsis defense responses against Spodoptera littoralisby CPK-mediated calcium signaling | BMC Plant Biology ...
In vitro kinase assays of CPK3 protein with a suite of substrates demonstrated that the protein phosphorylates transcription ... Ca2+-binding sensory proteins such as Ca2+-dependent protein kinases (CPKs) have been predicted to mediate the signaling ... Kinetic and calcium-binding properties of three calcium-dependent protein kinase isoenzymes from soybean. Biochemistry. 1998, ... calmodulin-like proteins, calcineurin B-like proteins, and Ca2+-dependent protein kinases (CPKs) [4]. The CPKs are of special ...
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*  GhWRKY15, a member of the WRKY transcription factor family identified from cotton (Gossypium hirsutumL.), is involved in...
This finding suggests that the role of the WRKY proteins in disease resistance may be closely related to their function in ... As a large family of regulatory proteins, WRKY transcription factors play essential roles in the processes of adaptation to ... Importantly, GmWRKY27 proteins in soybean (Glycine max L.) probably form homodimers and can efficiently activate reporter gene ... Such protein-protein interactions may affect properties that are important for the regulatory functions of these proteins [14]. ...
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*  Differential activation of sporamin expression in response to abiotic mechanical wounding and biotic herbivore attack in the...
Horii A, McCue P, Shetty K: Seed vigour studies in corn, soybean and tomato in response to fish protein hydrolysates and ... wound-responsive protein; histone H1.1; short-chain dehydrogenase/reductase (SDR) family protein; and EFE and GAMMA-VPE) were ... and nucleosome assemble protein- related protein NRP1, including sporamin (SPOR), ipomoein (IPO), etc. Furthermore, we noticed ... Curr Protein Pept Sci. 2011, 12 (5): 399-408. 10.2174/138920311796391106.View ArticlePubMedGoogle Scholar. ...
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*  Protein kinase GCN2 mediates responses to glyphosate in Arabidopsis | BMC Plant Biology | Full Text
In this study, we identify the protein kinase GCN2 as a cellular component that fosters the action of glyphosate in the model ... This impairment is not only a metabolic perturbation but involves gene expression and protein contents. Turfgrass and soybean ... Transcriptome response to glyphosate in sensitive and resistant soybean. J Agric Food Chem. 2008;13;56(15):6355-63.View Article ... GCN2 is a protein kinase that phosphorylates the α subunit of the eIF2 translation initiation factor, a key regulatory ...
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*  Novel exon combinations generated by alternative splicing of gene fragments mobilized by a CACTA transposon in Glycine max |...
Seed CoatUnknown ProteinChimeric TranscriptCassette ExonConstitutive Exon. Background. A mutation in a soybean flower color ... Stephens PA, Nickell CD, Vodkin LO: Pink flower color associated with increased protein and seed size in soybean. Crop Sci. ... We gratefully acknowledge support from grants of the Illinois Soybean Association, USDA, and United Soybean Board. ... In soybean I (CHS), R and T (F3'H) are three independent loci that control pigmentation in seed coats and W1 (F5'3'H) and Wp ( ...
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*  New sources of soybean seed meal and oil composition traits identified through TILLING | BMC Plant Biology | Full Text
... this technique has not produced an allelic variant with a confirmed phenotype in soybean. Soybean raffinose synthase genes and ... Our results serve as the first demonstration of the identification of soybean mutants controlling seed phenotypes discovered ... but many are less than ideal for soybean. Reverse genetics, a relatively new approach, can be utilized to identify novel ... microsomal omega-6 fatty acid desaturase genes were screened for novel alleles in mutagenized soybean populations. Four ...
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*  Implications of ethylene biosynthesis and signaling in soybean drought stress tolerance | BMC Plant Biology | Full Text
Soybean ethylene biosynthesis protein summary; Table S6. Soybean ethylene signal transduction protein summary; Table S7. BBH ... Soybean ethylene biosynthesis proteins; Table S8. BBH Experiment - Soybean proteins related with ethylene signal transduction ... calcium-dependent protein kinase; CTR: constitutive triple response protein; EBF: EIN3 binding F-Box protein; EIL: EIN protein ... Each protein sequence identified in the soybean databases (A sequence) was compared individually with those from A. thaliana ( ...
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*  A nematode demographics assay in transgenic roots reveals no significant impacts of the Rhg1locus LRR-Kinase on soybean cyst...
Generation of fertile transgenic soybean lines is difficult but methods have been published that test SCN resistance in ... We report use of artificial microRNA (amiRNA) for gene silencing in soybean, refinements to transgenic root SCN resistance ... amiRNAs and the pSM103 vector that drives interchangeable amiRNA constructs through a soybean polyubiqutin promoter (Gmubi), ... is the most economically damaging pathogen of soybean (Glycine max) in the U.S. The Rhg1 locus is repeatedly observed as the ...
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*  SiLEA14, a novel atypical LEA protein, confers abiotic stress resistance in foxtail millet | BMC Plant Biology | Full Text
Isolation and characterization of a drought-induced soybean cDNA encoding a D95 family late-embryogenesis-abundant protein. ... LEA proteins. Conversely, group 5 corresponds to atypical LEA proteins. This group includes all LEA proteins with higher ... LEA proteins were first identified in cotton seeds [2]. The proteins accumulated to high levels in the late stages of seed ... The SiLEA14 protein shared the closest relationship with the pearl millet LEA-like protein, followed by OsLEA5 (Figure 1B). ...
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*  Olive cultivar origin is a major cause of polymorphism for Ole e 1 pollen allergen | BMC Plant Biology | Full Text
... is a member of a family of soybean trypsin inhibitor-related proteins. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1995, 95: 970-978. 10.1016/S0091 ... The absence up to date of a 3D model for Ole e 1 or any Ole e 1-like protein with significant identity to this protein within ... These proteins have been indexed like members of the denominated "pollen proteins of the Ole e 1 family" (Accession number: ... PF01190) within the Pfam protein families database [9]. These plant pollen proteins are structurally related. They are most ...
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*  The soybean-Phytophthora resistance locus Rps1-k encompasses coiled coil-nucleotide binding-leucine rich repeat-like genes and...
This sequence encodes part of a protein sharing high similarity to the receptor-like protein kinase, Xa21 (BAD27933). ... Medicago and soybean; (ii) Blastn against the soybean EST database; (iii) BlastX and (iv) BlastP. Soybean EST distribution on ... identity with the first 126 amino acids of a soybean cysteine proteinase protein (BAA06030) followed by a premature stop codon ... a soybean genome database (SoyGD) browser, and the legume information system (LIS) [20], our knowledge of soybean genome ...
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*  Roles of arabidopsis WRKY18, WRKY40 and WRKY60 transcription factors in plant responses to abscisic acid and abiotic stress |...
C. EMSA of binding of PW60 and mPW60 by recombinant WRKY18 protein (labelled as W18), WRKY40 protein (labelled as W40), and ... Zhou QY, Tian AG, Zou HF, Xie ZM, Lei G, Huang J, Wang CM, Wang HW, Zhang JS, Chen SY: Soybean WRKY-type transcription factor ... the three WRKY proteins may form a range of protein complexes with distinct DNA-binding and transcription-activating or - ... Thus, it is mostly likely that the roles of the three WRKY proteins in plant ABA and stress responses are mediated by their ...
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*  Comparative transcriptome analysis of stylar canal cells identifies novel candidate genes implicated in the self...
Moreover, soybean contains two putative Asp-rich proteins which are placed in different chromosomes, while in Medicago, in ... A: cit.7568 (F-box); B: cit.11563 (Asp-rich protein gene); C: cit.5456 (Asp-rich protein gene); D: cit.5776 (Asp-rich protein ... the Asp-rich proteins share with those proteins the aspartate residue abundance which has been related with the protein ability ... F-box protein superfamily is one of the largest in plants [31, 32]. These proteins are key regulators of proteolysis, ...
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*  Energy status of ripening and postharvest senescent fruit of litchi (Litchi chinensis Sonn.) | BMC Plant Biology | Full Text
... acid on soybean mitochondrial lipids and respiratory properties using the alternative oxidase as a stress-reporter protein. ... Chivasa [21] reported a new role for AtpB as a pro-cell death protein. In the current study, in preharvest (80-90 DAF) or ... Energy transfer protein signatures (ETPS) are underlined. Abbreviations on the left of each sequence: At, Arabidopsis thaliana ... AtpB, ATP synthase β subunit; AOX1, alternative oxidase 1; UCP1, uncoupling mitochondrial protein 1; AAC1, ADP/ATP carrier 1; ...
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*  Characterization of resistance to pine wood nematode infection in Pinus thunbergiiusing suppression subtractive hybridization |...
Transcripts encoding metallothionein-like protein, heat shock protein 70 (HSP70), xyloglucan endotransglycosylase (XET), and ... In the interaction between soybean and soybean cyst nematode, Klink et al. [48] observed the induction of HSP70 and ROS ... thaumatin-like protein), PR-6 (type II proteinase inhibitor family protein), and antimicrobial peptide. In contrast, the ESTs ... Pathogenesis-Related Proteins in Plants. Edited by: Datta SK, Muthukrishnan S. 1999, Boca Raton, London, New York: CRC Press ...
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*  A membrane-bound matrix-metalloproteinase from Nicotiana tabacum cv. BY-2 is induced by bacterial pathogens | BMC Plant Biology...
Exchanging the catalytic domain of NtMMP1 with green fluorescent protein (GFP) facilitated subcellular localization by confocal ... The protein appears to be expressed in two forms with different molecular masses, both of which are enzymatically active as ... laser scanning microscopy, showing the protein is normally inserted into the plasma membrane. The NtMMP1 gene is expressed ... The levels of soybean SMEP1 and Arabidopsis At2-MMP mRNA in leaf tissue increase in line with the age of the plant [2, 9] and ...
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*  The pgip family in soybean and three other legume species: evidence for a birth-and-death model of evolution | BMC Plant...
However, this possibility in soybean is still poorly supported at the protein level, since, at present, inhibition activity ... before the availability of the complete assembled soybean genome, data had indicated that the soybean genome was a mosaic of ... The characterization of the soybean polygalacturonase-inhibiting proteins (Pgip) gene family reveals that a single member is ... and plant polygalacturonase-inhibiting protein (PGIP) in the interaction between Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and soybean. Mol ...
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*  Deep Super-SAGE transcriptomic analysis of cold acclimation in lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.) | BMC Plant Biology | Full Text
... dormancy-associated proteins, proline-rich proteins (PRPs) and other membrane proteins. These were generally but not ... Most of their known homologs coded for glycine-rich, cold and drought-regulated proteins, ... protein family 5 controls nodule symbiotic specificity in soybean [49]. On the other hand, defense-related proteins revealing ... cold-acclimation specific protein 15, and late embryogenesis abundant protein-LEA). At least some of these proteins, such as ...
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*  ocsESTdb: a database of oil crop seed EST sequences for comparative analysis and investigation of a global metabolic network...
... best hit in Clusters of Orthologous Groups of proteins, Non-redundant Protein Sequences Database, Swiss-Prot, TrEMBL as well as ... SoyXpress: a database for exploring the soybean transcriptome. BMC Genomics. 2008;9:368.PubMed CentralPubMedView ArticleGoogle ... InterPro: the integrative protein signature database. Nucleic Acids Res. 2009;37(Database issue):D211-215.PubMed CentralPubMed ... To date, the soybean reference genome has been released. Progress has been made in genome sequencing projects for peanut (the ...
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*  Genome-wide analysis of the MYB transcription factor superfamily in soybean | BMC Plant Biology | Full Text
Here we report the first genome-wide analysis of the whole MYB superfamily in a legume species, soybean (Glycine max), ... In addition, we found that ~ 4% of soybean R2R3-MYB genes had undergone alternative splicing events, producing a variety of ... Comparative expression profile analysis of R2R3-MYB genes in soybean and Arabidopsis revealed that MYB genes play conserved and ... Synonymous nucleotide substitution (dN/dS) analysis showed that the soybean MYB DNA-binding domain is under strong negative ...
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*  A pair of orthologs of a leucine-rich repeat receptor kinase-like disease resistance gene family regulates rice response to...
Plants have a large number of LRR receptor kinase-like proteins [7]. All the LRR receptor kinase-like proteins contain a ... A LRR receptor kinase-like gene may be associated with the resistance to Heterodera glycines in soybean and the resistance to H ... The chimeric proteins and phenotypes of transgenic plants overexpressing chimeric gene. (a) Schematic diagram of the proteins ... a) Predicted protein structures encoded by NRKe, NRKe-ΔK, and NRKe-K. (b) Leaves of transgenic plants overexpressing NRKe-ΔK ( ...
https://bmcplantbiol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1471-2229-11-160
*  Sporobolus stapfianus: Insights into desiccation tolerance in the resurrection grasses from linking transcriptomics to...
... proteins, anti-oxidant enzymes, early light-induced proteins (ELIP) proteins, and cell-wall modification enzymes. There is ... and protein synthesis during the rehydration phase. However, there are some metabolites associated with ROS protection that ... Functional studies of soybean (Glycine max L.) seed LEA proteins GmPM6, GmPM11, and GmPM30 by CD and FTIR spectroscopy. Plant ... a DNA-binding protein (contig 20890), a NAC-like protein (contig 7799), and a Tubby-like F-box protein 8-like protein (contig ...
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