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- Pourabed, Ehsan, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Journal of plant research 2017 v.130 no.4 pp. 747-763
- Liliopsida; amino acid sequences; barley; chlorophyll; crops; cultivars; decision support systems; dehydrins; drought; drought tolerance; gene expression; genes; genotype; leaves; microRNA; phosphorylation; phylogeny; plant taxonomy; promoter regions; protective effect; vegetative growth; water stress
- ... Dehydrins, an important group of late embryogenesis abundant proteins, accumulate in response to dehydration stresses and play protective roles under stress conditions. Herein, phylogenetic analysis of the dehydrin family was performed using the protein sequences of 108 dehydrins obtained from 14 plant species based on plant taxonomy and protein subclasses. Sub-cellular localization and phosphoryl ...
- Pourabed, Ehsan, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Molecular biotechnology 2015 v.57 no.1 pp. 12-26
- sequence alignment; phylogeny; dimerization; drought; barley; Hordeum vulgare; Magnoliopsida; gene expression regulation; introns; transcription factors; germination; chromosomes; eukaryotic cells; amino acid sequences; leucine zipper; parallel evolution; prediction; microarray technology; stress response; cold stress; abscisic acid; seed development
- ... The basic leucine zipper (bZIP) family is one of the largest and most diverse transcription factors in eukaryotes participating in many essential plant processes. We identified 141 bZIP proteins encoded by 89 genes from the Hordeum vulgare genome. HvbZIPs were classified into 11 groups based on their DNA-binding motif. Amino acid sequence alignment of the HvbZIPs basic-hinge regions revealed some ...