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- ZRYD, JEAN-PIERRE, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Plant, cell and environment 2007 v.30 no.6 pp. 753-763
- Physcomitrella patens; anthraquinones; bioassays; biosensors; chlorophenols; denaturation; dyes; heat; heat shock proteins; heat stress; heavy metals; luciferase; mosses and liverworts; pollutants; pulp and paper industry; temperature; toxicity
- ... The ability to detect early molecular responses to various chemicals is central to the understanding of biological impact of pollutants in a context of varying environmental cues. To monitor stress responses in a model plant, we used transgenic moss Physcomitrella patens expressing the β-glucuronidase reporter (GUS) under the control of the stress-inducible promoter hsp17.3B. Following exposure to ...
- Zrÿd, Jean‐Pierre, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- new phytologist 2007 v.174 no.1 pp. 63-76
- Physcomitrella patens; actin; cell viability; developmental stages; green fluorescent protein; heat; heat treatment; image analysis; leaves; microfilaments; mosses and liverworts; protonemata; soybeans; temperature
- ... • The ‘in planta’ visualization of F‐actin in all cells and in all developmental stages of a plant is a challenging problem. By using the soybean heat inducible Gmhsp17.3B promoter instead of a constitutive promoter, we have been able to label all cells in various developmental stages of the moss Physcomitrella patens, through a precise temperature tuning of the expression of green fluorescent pro ...
- Zrÿd, Jean-Pierre, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Plant molecular biology 2007 v.64 no.5 pp. 559-573
- Physcomitrella patens; animals; energy; eukaryotic cells; gametophores; genes; green fluorescent protein; knockout mutants; light intensity; mosses and liverworts; plant development; protein kinases; two hybrid system techniques; vascular plants; yeasts
- ... The yeast Snf1, animal AMPK, and plant SnRK1 protein kinases constitute a family of related proteins that have been proposed to serve as metabolic sensors of the eukaryotic cell. We have previously reported the characterization of two redundant SnRK1 encoding genes (PpSNF1a and PpSNF1b) in the moss Physcomitrella patens. Phenotypic analysis of the snf1a snf1b double knockout mutant suggested that ...