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- Lee, Ji H.; Lee, Jeongyeo; Kim, HyeRan; Chae, Won B.; Kim, Sun‐Ju; Lim, Yong P.; Oh, Man‐Ho
- Physiologia plantarum 2018 v.163 no.4 pp. 450-458
- Arabidopsis thaliana; Plutella xylostella; Raphanus sativus; biosynthesis; brassinolide; genes; glucobrassicin; herbivores; insects; larvae; monitoring; mutants; plant hormones; radishes; sinigrin; steroid hormones; transgenic plants
- ... Plants must constantly adjust their growth and defense responses to deal with the wide variety of stresses they encounter in their environment. Among phytohormones, brassinosteroids (BRs) are an important group of plant steroid hormones involved in numerous aspects of the plant lifecycle including growth, development and responses to various stresses including insect attacks. Here, we show that BR ...
- Lou, Yongfeng; Sun, Huayu; Wang, Sining; Xu, Hao; Li, Lichao; Zhao, Hansheng; Gao, Zhimin
- Physiologia plantarum 2018 v.163 no.4 pp. 459-471
- Arabidopsis; Phyllostachys edulis; Western blotting; amino acids; bamboos; exons; gene overexpression; introns; leaf blade; light harvesting complex; light intensity; mutants; photoinhibition; photostability; photosystem II; plantlets; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; thermal energy; transgenic plants
- ... Higher plants have an array of photoprotection mechanisms alleviating the harmful effects of light. Non‐photochemical quenching (NPQ) is one of the photoprotective mechanisms, which dissipates the excess of light energy absorbed in the light‐harvesting complexes (LHCs) into thermal energy. The photosystem II subunit S (PsbS), a member of the LHC family thought to be present exclusively in higher p ...