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Long-term boron-deficiency-responsive genes revealed by cDNA-AFLP differ between Citrus sinensis roots and leaves

Frontiers in Plant Science

Aug 19, 2015

Yi-Bin LuLi-Song Chen

Abstract

Seedlings of Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck were supplied with boron (B)-deficient (without H3BO3) or -sufficient (10 μM H3BO3) nutrient solution for 15 weeks. We identified 54 (38) and 38 (45) up (down)-regulated cDNA-AFLP bands (transcript-derived fragments, TDFs) from B-deficient leaves...read more

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Biological Adaptation to Stress
Response to Boron-containing Substance
Rhinoclavis sinensis
Cyzicus sinensis
Calcium borate (H3BO3)
Genes
Cordia sinensis
Cymbidium sinense
Nucleic Acid Metabolism
Energy Metabolism
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Long-term boron-deficiency-responsive genes revealed by cDNA-AFLP differ between Citrus sinensis roots and leaves

Frontiers in Plant Science

Aug 19, 2015

Yi-Bin LuLi-Song Chen

PMID: 26284101

DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00585

Abstract

Seedlings of Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck were supplied with boron (B)-deficient (without H3BO3) or -sufficient (10 μM H3BO3) nutrient solution for 15 weeks. We identified 54 (38) and 38 (45) up (down)-regulated cDNA-AFLP bands (transcript-derived fragments, TDFs) from B-deficient leaves...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Biological Adaptation to Stress
Response to Boron-containing Substance
Rhinoclavis sinensis
Cyzicus sinensis
Calcium borate (H3BO3)
Genes
Cordia sinensis
Cymbidium sinense
Nucleic Acid Metabolism
Energy Metabolism
2
13

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The addition of ubiquitin to a protein substrate via a multistep process is referred to as ubiquitination, which can have a variety of different effects on the protein including flagging the protein for degradation, altering its location or activity, or altering protein-protein interactions. Dysreguation of this pathway has been implicated in multiple disease processes. Here is the latest research on ubiquitin pathways and targeted degradation.

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