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Published on May 29, 2019in Nature plants 11.47
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Published on May 23, 2019in Nature plants 11.47
Ryan Scarrow1
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Published on May 16, 2019in Nature plants 11.47
Mingming Liu (Nanjing Agricultural University), Zhenying Shi (Chinese Academy of Sciences)+ 9 AuthorsQian Qian (Rice University)
In the Supplementary Information file originally published with this Article, the authors mistakenly omitted accompanying legends for Supplementary Figures 1–15; this has now been amended.
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Published on May 15, 2019in Nature plants 11.47
Aarthi Putarjunan2
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(University of Washington),
Jim Ruble (University of Washington)+ 8 AuthorsNing Zheng44
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(University of Washington)
Cell-fate in eukaryotes is regulated by MAP Kinases (MAPKs) that translate external cues to cellular responses. In plants, two MAPKs, MPK3/6, regulate diverse processes of development, environmental response, and immunity. Yet, the mechanism bridging these shared signaling components with a specific target remains unresolved. Focusing on the development of stomata, epidermal valves for gas exchange and transpiration, we report here that the bHLH protein SCREAM functions as a scaffold by recruiti...
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Published on May 1, 2019in Nature plants 11.47
Jennifer R. Mandel11
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(University of Memphis)
Comprehensive phylogenomics and molecular dating support a Triassic origin for flowering plants that is substantially earlier than their appearance in the fossil record, leaving a puzzling gap spanning the entire Jurassic period.
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Published on May 1, 2019in Nature plants 11.47
Yanjun Yu4
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(Chinese Academy of Sciences),
Shen-Jie Wu3
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+ 12 AuthorsXiaxia Zhang2
Estimated H-index: 2
(Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) fibres consist of single cells that grow in a highly polarized manner, assumed to be controlled by the cytoskeleton1–3. However, how the cytoskeletal organization and dynamics underpin fibre development remains unexplored. Moreover, it is unclear whether cotton fibres expand via tip growth or diffuse growth2–4. We generated stable transgenic cotton plants expressing fluorescent markers of the actin and microtubule cytoskeleton. Live-cell imaging revealed that elongati...
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Published on May 1, 2019in Nature plants 11.47
Qiguo Yu2
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(Rutgers University),
Alice Barkan50
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(University of Oregon),
Pal Maliga65
Estimated H-index: 65
(Rutgers University)
Non-green plastids are desirable for the expression of recombinant proteins in edible plant parts to enhance the nutritional value of tubers or fruits, or to deliver pharmaceuticals. However, plastid transgenes are expressed at extremely low levels in the amyloplasts of storage organs such as tubers1–3. Here, we report a regulatory system comprising a variant of the maize RNA-binding protein PPR10 and a cognate binding site upstream of a plastid transgene that encodes green fluorescent protein (...
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