2 edition of developmental expression of the lipoxygenase/vegetative storage protein of Glycine max (soybean) in relation to nitrogen availability found in the catalog.
developmental expression of the lipoxygenase/vegetative storage protein of Glycine max (soybean) in relation to nitrogen availability
Timothy John Tranbarger
Written in English
|Statement||by Timothy John Tranbarger.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 56 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||56|
Lox2, lipoxygenase 2; GmTI, Glycine max Kunitz-type trypsin inhibitor (soybean, Q); PR1a, pathogen-related protein 1a precursor (soybean, AF). Advertisement Content uploaded by . Kato T, Shirano Y, Iwamoto H, Shibata D () Soybean lipoxygenase L-4, a component of the kDa storage protein in vegetative tissues: expression and accumulation in leaves induced by pod removal and by methyl jasmonate. Plant Cell Physiol – Google ScholarCited by: 4.
Phenylalanine Ammonia Lyase Vegetative Storage Protein in W.F. Boss & D.J. Morré (eds), Second Messengers in Plant Growth and Development, Liss, Inc., New York, pp – () “Isolation and characterization of a soybean (Glvcine max) lipoxygenasegene”, Molecular & General Genetics , – CrossRef Google Scholar Cited by: The aim of the present study was to analyze induced expression of defense-related proteins in the soybean plants by rhizobacterial stain Carnobacterium sp. SJ-5 upon challenge inoculation with Fusarium oxysporum. Determination of the enzymatic activity of the different defense-related enzymes, phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL), lipoxygenase (LOX), peroxidase (POD) and Cited by:
Vegetative Storage Protein Genes1 Paul E. Staswick*, Jing-Feng Huang, and Yoon Rhee Department of Agronomy, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska ABSTRACT Vegetative storage protein (VSP) and VSP mRNA levels in soybean (Glycine max) leaves correlated with the amount of NH4NO3 provided to nonnodulated plants. The mRNA. ABSTRACT. The objective of this work was to evaluate root and nodule soybean lipoxygenases in Doko cultivar and in a near isogenic line lacking seed lipoxygenases, inoculated and uninoculated with Bradyrhizobium lipoxygenase activities from roots collected at 3, 5, 9, 13, 18 and 28 days post-inoculation and from nodules collected at 13, 18 and 28 days post-inoculation were measured.
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Gene expression and protein accumulation patterns of nitrogen-responsive lipoxygenase (LOX-NR), as a representative vegetative storage protein, were investigated in nonnodulated soybeans (Glycine max [L.] Merr.
cv Wye).Cited by: Gene expression and protein accumulation patterns of nitrogen-responsive lipoxygenase (LOX-NR), as a representative vegetative storage protein, were investigated in nonnodulated soybeans (Glycine. The amino acid sequence of lipoxygenase L-4 is highly homologous with the partial amino acid sequence of the kDa vegetative storage protein, vsp94, found in paraveinal mesophyll cells in the.
Forexample, expression ofthe genes encoding the soybean vegetative,storage protein acid phosphatases (VspA/VspB) was increased in plantssubjected to waterdeficitandin plants treatedCited by: VegetativeStorageProtein Genes' PaulE.
Staswick*, Jing-FengHuang,andYoonRhee DepartmentofAgronomy, UniversityofNebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska ABSTRACT Vegetative storage protein (VSP) and VSP mRNA levels in soybean (Glycine max) leaves correlated with the amount of NH4NO3 provided to nonnodulated plants.
The mRNAlevel de-Cited by: Two lipoxygenase (LOX) genes (tomloxA and tomloxB) are expressed in ripening tomato fruit, and tomloxA is also expressed in germinating seedlings .
The 5'-upstream regions of these genes were isolated to study the regulatory elements involved in coordinating tomlox gene by: Plants accumulate storage substances such as starch, lipids and proteins in certain phases of development.
Storage proteins accumulate in both vegetative and reproductive tissues and serve as a reservoir to be used in later stages of plant development. The accumulation of storage protein is thus beneficial for the survival of plants.
Storage proteins are also an important source of. In large part these nutrients emanate from the vegetative organs including leaves and pod walls. Vegetative lipoxygenases (VLXs) accumulate in the paraveinal mesophyll cell layer of soybean (Glycine max L.) leaves where individual isoforms are proposed to play a role(s) as active enzymes or as transient storage by: Soybean (Glycine max L.
Merr.) contains two related and abundant proteins, VSPα and VSPβ, that have been called vegetative storage proteins (VSP) based on their pattern of accumulation, degradation, tissue localization, and other characteristics.
To determine whether these proteins play a critical role in sequestering N and other nutrients during early plant development, a VspA antisense Cited by: The developmental expression of lipoxygenase(s) (LOX) was investigated in different soybean Glycine max L.
Merr. tissues. Both LOX 1 and LOX 2 + 3 were observed to be present at high levels in axes and cotyledons as determined by Ouchterlony double diffusion, Western Cited by: Exposure of soybean (Glycine max) seedlings to low levels of atmospheric methyl jasmonate induced the expression and accumulation of one or more lipoxygenase(s) in the primary leaves, hypocotyls, epicotyls, and cotyledons.
In the primary leaf, the major site of lipoxygenase accumulation in response to methyl jasmonate was in the vacuoles of paraveinal mesophyll by: Exposure of soybean (Glycine max) seedlings to low levels of atmospheric methyl jasmonate induced the expression and accu- mulation of one or more lipoxygenase(s) in the primary leaves.
Vegetative storage protein (VSP) and VSP mRNA levels in soybean (Glycine max) leaves correlated with the amount of NH 4 NO 3 provided to nonnodulated plants. The mRNA level declined as leaves matured, but high levels of N delayed the by: Mason HS, Mullet JE.
Expression of two soybean vegetative storage protein genes during development and in response to water deficit, wounding, and jasmonic acid. Plant Cell. Jun; 2 (6)– [PMC free article] Mason HS, DeWald DB, Mullet JE. Identification of a methyl jasmonate-responsive domain in the soybean vspB promoter.
Plant by: The Soybean Kilodalton Vegetative Storage Protein Is a Lipoxygenase That Is Localized in Paraveinal Mesophyll Cell Vacuoles October The Plant Cell 3(9) Microscopy techniques were used to identify the pathway of transport of soybean leaf vegetative storage proteins (VSPα/β and VSP94) to the vacuoles of a specialized cell type, the paraveinal mesophyll (PVM), where they accumulate.
PVM cells are enriched in endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi bodies relative to surrounding mesophyll cells. The margins of medial and trans Golgi Cited by: tively induce the accumulation of two vegetative storage proteins (VSPs) of27kDaand 29kDain soybeanplantsand suspension cultures (15, 16) and induce the expression ofCited by: The levels of individual lipoxygenase isozymes in soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] leaves were assessed during leaf development, after mechanical wounding, and in response to reproductive sink removal.
Native isoelectric focusing followed by immunoblotting was employed to examine individual lipoxygenase by: In plants, products of the LOX pathway have several diverse functions (Table I).In addition, LOX has been associated with some processes in a number of developmental stages (Siedow, ; Kolomiets et al., ), and with the mobilization of storage lipids during germination (Feussner et al., ).LOX is also used as a storage protein during vegetative growth (Fischer et al., ; Fig.
2).Cited by: Gene expression and protein accumulation patterns of nitrogen-responsive lipoxygenase (LOX-NR), as a representative vegetative storage protein, were investigated in nonnodulated soybeans (Gly-cine max [L.] Merr.
cv Wye). The form of available nitrogen (supplied as NH4NO3, NH4+, NO3- or urea) influenced the mRNA. Auxin [α-naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) or indoleacetic acid (IAA)] can induce the expression of two lipoxygenases (LOXs) in cultured immature zygotic embryo cotyledons of soybean (Glycine max L.).One of the IAA/NAA-induced LOX isozymes in cultured embryo cotyledons has been demonstrated to be seedling LOX4 (pI ) and another appears to be LOX5 (pI ).Cited by: 7.Vegetative storage proteins in leaf of soybean (Glycine max).
(Top) Leaf cross section stained to show total protein distribution. (Top) Leaf cross section stained to show total protein distribution. Note that the paraveinal mesophyll (pvm) and bundle sheath cells (bs), as well as other mesophyll cells, all show staining for proteins.Genes encoding methionine-rich seed storage proteins, engineered for constitutive expression, have been used for improving the nutritional quality of forage crops, but in most cases these proteins did not exceed % of the soluble proteins in vegetative tissues of homozygous plants.Cited by: 8.