By T. H. H. Chen (Editor), M. Uemura (Editor), S. Fujikawa (Editor)
In line with papers from the seventh overseas Plant chilly Hardiness Seminar held in Japan in 2004, this publication provides the most recent learn findings on plant freezing and chilling rigidity from significant laboratories world wide. The chapters concentrate on a number of facets of molecular genetics and the usage of transgenic crops to extra our knowing of plant chilly hardiness on the molecular point. issues coated contain: vernalization genes in wintry weather cereals; worldwide research of gene networks to resolve advanced abiotic rigidity responses; keep watch over of progress and chilly acclimation in silver birch; and the influence of Plasma Membrane-associated Proteins on Acquisition of Freezing Tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana.
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Skinner et al. is conserved between and among the HvCBF3- and HvCBF4-subgroups for this motif (Fig. 2B). Intriguingly, this nine-amino-acid block is also shared with dicot CBFs, indicating possible functional significance (Fig. 2B). Two additional common contextual features present in the acidic C-terminal domain are: (i) the majority of the monocot CBFs tend to either terminate with the residues LWS(Y), or have this sequence very close to their C-terminal end, and (ii) within 15 residues upstream of this sequence, a small clustered block of 3–5 acidic amino acids is typically observed.
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Cold Hardiness in Plants: Molecular Genetics, Cell Biology and Physiology (Cabi Publishing) by T. H. H. Chen (Editor), M. Uemura (Editor), S. Fujikawa (Editor)