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- Basunia, Mafroz A.; Nonhebel, Heather M.
- Functional plant biology 2019 v.46 no.6 pp. 493-506
- Oryza sativa; abscisic acid; auxins; cell differentiation; crop models; cytokinins; diet; endosperm; ethylene; feeds; food availability; food crops; gene expression; gibberellins; grasses; homeostasis; hormonal regulation; hormones; rice; seed development
- ... The endosperm of cereal grain forms the staple diet for most of the world’s population, and feeds much of their stock. Grain size and quality are determined largely by events taking place during coenocytic nuclear division, endosperm cellularisation and cell differentiation, and the production of storage molecules. Thus, understanding the complex signalling processes occurring at each of these ste ...
- Anunathini, P.; Manoj, V. M.; Sarath Padmanabhan, T. S.; Dhivya, S.; Narayan, J. Ashwin; Appunu, C.; Sathishkumar, R.
- Functional plant biology 2019 v.46 no.6 pp. 524-532
- G-protein coupled receptors; Oryza sativa; Saccharum arundinaceum; Sorghum bicolor; Zea mays; abscisic acid; cell membranes; cold; cold stress; cold treatment; crops; drought; gene expression; gene expression regulation; genes; heat; pH; plant proteins; prediction; salinity; signal transduction; topology; transmembrane proteins; wild relatives
- ... The G protein-coupled receptor is one of the major transmembrane proteins in plants. It consists of an α subunit, a β subunit and three γ subunits. Chilling tolerant divergence 1 (COLD1) includes a Golgi pH receptor (GPHR) domain, which maintains cell membrane organisation and dynamics, along with abscisic acid linked G protein-coupled receptor (ABA_GPCR) that regulates the signalling pathways dur ...