Protein brassinosteroid insensitive 1

The AHPs function redundantly in various cytokinin responses, including hypocotyl elongation in the dark, which is known to be partially mediated by ethylene ( Cary et al. , 1995 ; Hutchison et al. , 2006 ; Vogel et al. , 1998b ). To test whether the AHPs are involved in cytokinin up-regulation of ethylene biosynthesis, we examined the ahp1,2,3 and ahp1,2,3,4 mutants. In the absence of exogenous cytokinin, both multiple loss-of-function mutants produced less ethylene than the wild-type ( Figure 2c ). This probably reflects the effect of endogenous cytokinin in regulating ethylene biosynthesis in wild-type seedlings, as these mutant displays a stronger reduced cytokinin function phenotype than any of the double receptor mutants ( Hutchison et al. , 2006 ). In response to cytokinin, the ahp1,2,3 and ahp1,2,3,4 mutants displayed greatly reduced induction of ethylene, indicating that AHPs are necessary for transduction of the signal for cytokinin induction of ethylene biosynthesis.

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Large numbers of receptor-like kinases (RLKs) play key roles in plant development and defense by perceiving extracellular signals. The mechanisms of ligand-induced kinase activation and downstream signal transduction have been studied for only a few RLK pathways, among which the brassinosteroid (BR) pathway is the best characterized. Recently, proteomics studies identified new components that bridge the last gap in the genetically defined BR-signaling pathway, establishing the first complete pathway from an RLK to transcription factors in plants. Furthermore, analyses of phosphorylation events, mostly by mass spectrometry, provided insights into the mechanistic details of receptor kinase activation and regulation of downstream components by phosphorylation. This review focuses on recent progress in understanding BR signal transduction made by proteomics studies.

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Protein brassinosteroid insensitive 1

protein brassinosteroid insensitive 1

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