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- Stefanov, I.; Frank, J.; Gedamu, L.; Misra, S.
- Plant cell reports 1997 v.16 no.5 pp. 291-294
- Nicotiana tabacum; cadmium; dose response; phytotoxicity; plant breeding; chromosome mapping; gene transfer; transgenic plants; chimerism; reporter genes; gene expression; seedlings; callus; beta-glucuronidase; enzyme activity; measurement; glucuronic acid; transcription (genetics); promoter regions
- ... Transgenic tobacco plants and calli bearing the bacterial uidA A gene under the transcriptional control of rbcS, mas and CaMV35S promoter(s) were exposed to different concentrations of cadmium. The transcriptional activity of the promoters was monitored using p-nitrophenyl beta-D-glucuronide as a substrate for the beta-glucuronidase (uidA) reporter enzyme. The rbcS promoter was repressed by high c ...
- Holbrook, L.; Tung, P.; Ward, K.; Reid, D.M.; Abrams, S.; Lamb, N.; Quail, J.W.; Moloney, M.M.
- Plant physiology 1997 v.114 no.2 pp. 419-428
- Helianthus annuus; Brassica napus; measurement; chemical degradation; dose response; jasmonic acid; gene expression; Triticum aestivum; Nicotiana tabacum; esters; stereochemistry; enzyme activity; chemical structure; seed germination; transgenic plants; cotyledons; proteinase inhibitors; reporter genes; chemical constituents of plants; chlorophyll; beta-glucuronidase
- ... The importance of the two chiral centers at C-3 and C-7 in the molecular structure of jasmonic acid in plant responses was investigated. We separated methyl jasmonate (MeJA) into (3R)- and (3S)-isomers with a fixed stereochemistry at C-3, but epimerization at C-7 is possible. The four isomers of the nonepimerizable analog 7-methyl MeJA were synthesized. These six esters and their corresponding aci ...
- Ulmasov, T.; Ohmiya, A.; Hagen, G.; Guilfoyle, T.
- Plant physiology 1995 v.108 no.3 pp. 919-927
- heavy metals; developmental stages; cytosol; 2,4,5-T; benzene; 2,4-D; promoter regions; dose response; immunoassays; glutathione transferase; antibodies; gene expression; Nicotiana tabacum; naphthaleneacetic acid; messenger RNA; Glycine max; genetic code; transcription (genetics); enzyme activity; histochemistry; gene transfer; transgenic plants; reporter genes; protein content; beta-glucuronidase
- ... Transcriptional activation of the soybean (Glycine max) GH2/4 gene (also referred to as Gmhsp26-A) and increase in abundance of the GH2/4 mRNA (also referred to as pCE54) have been previously shown to occur following treatment of soybean seedlings with auxins, nonauxin analogs, heavy metals, and a variety of other agents. To determine whether the GH2/4 promoter is responsive to an array of differe ...
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