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- Chang, K.-Y., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Biologia plantarum 2018 v.62 no.1 pp. 69-79
- Arabidopsis thaliana; adverse effects; cytoplasm; heat stress; hydrogen peroxide; light intensity; mutants; mutation; phenotype; physiological transport; plant response; proteins
- ... In Arabidopsis, EXPORTIN1A (HIT2/XPO1A) and EXPORTIN1B (XPO1B) mediate the translocation of nuclear export sequence (NES)-bearing proteins from nucleus to cytoplasm. However, a mutation in HIT2/XPO1A but not in XPO1B induces sensitivity to high irradiance (HI). Arabidopsis thaliana heat stress elements A4a and A5 (AtHsfA4a and AtHsfA5) are involved in plant responses to HI and possess NESs; theref ...