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By T. H. H. Chen (Editor), M. Uemura (Editor), S. Fujikawa (Editor)
In response to papers from the seventh overseas Plant chilly Hardiness Seminar held in Japan in 2004, this booklet offers the newest learn findings on plant freezing and chilling rigidity from significant laboratories all over the world. The chapters specialise in a variety of points of molecular genetics and the usage of transgenic vegetation to additional our realizing of plant chilly hardiness on the molecular point. issues lined contain: vernalization genes in wintry weather cereals; international research of gene networks to unravel complicated abiotic rigidity responses; regulate of progress and chilly acclimation in silver birch; and the impact of Plasma Membrane-associated Proteins on Acquisition of Freezing Tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana.
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2004). This is an exciting area of research that should continue to blossom in the coming years. The second major goal of the research described here was to develop a better understanding of the CBF cold response pathway of tomato. It was found that tomato can sense low temperature and activate expression of a CBF gene encoding a functional CBF protein. e. tomato has a CBF regulon. Thus, it can be concluded that tomato has a ‘complete’ CBF cold response pathway. However, the results also indicate that the CBF regulon of tomato is much smaller, and consequently is less functionally diverse, than the Arabidopsis CBF regulon.
In addition, the metabolite-profiling experiments indicate that extensive changes occur in the metabolome of Arabidopsis Ws-2 plants in response to low temperature, and that the CBF cold response pathway has a prominent role in bringing about these changes. In sum, the results provide additional evidence that the CBF cold response pathway has a central role in the cold acclimation response in Arabidopsis. While it is evident that the CBF cold response pathway is a major player in cold acclimation, it is also apparent that many cold-induced genes fall outside of the CBF regulon.
Smallwood, M. J. (2002) Plants in a cold climate. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Science 357, 831–847. J. F. (1998) Mode of action of the COR15a gene on the freezing tolerance of Arabidopsis thaliana. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95, 14570–14575. J. F. (1997) Arabidopsis thaliana CBF1 encodes an AP2 domain-containing transcriptional activator that binds to the C-repeat/DRE, a cis-acting DNA regulatory element that stimulates transcription in response to low temperature and water deficit.
Cold Hardiness in Plants: Molecular Genetics, Cell Biology and Physiology (Cabi Publishing) by T. H. H. Chen (Editor), M. Uemura (Editor), S. Fujikawa (Editor)