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- 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 ...
- Medvedev, Sergei; Voronina, Olga; Tankelyun, Olga; Bilova, Tatiana; Suslov, Dmitry; Bankin, Mikhail; Mackievic, Viera; Makavitskaya, Maryia; Shishova, Maria; Martinec, Jan; Smolikova, Galina; Sharova, Elena; Demidchik, Vadim
- Functional plant biology 2019 v.46 no.6 pp. 533-542
- Arabidopsis thaliana; Zea mays; aequorin; biosynthesis; calcium; corn; ions; magnesium; pH; permeability; phospholipids; plasma membrane; protons; protoplasts; roots; signal transduction
- ... Phosphatidic acids (PAs) are a key intermediate in phospholipid biosynthesis, and a central element in numerous signalling pathways. Functions of PAs are related to their fundamental role in molecular interactions within cell membranes modifying membrane bending, budding, fission and fusion. Here we tested the hypothesis that PAs are capable of direct transport of ions across bio-membranes. We hav ...