Publication Title: 
Song et al. (2019)
Title: 
GmBZL3 acts as a major BR signaling regulator through crosstalk with multiple pathways in Glycine max.
Authors: 
Song Li, Chen Wei, Wang Biao, Yao Qiu-Ming, Valliyodan Babu, Bai Ming-Yi, Zhao Ming-Zhe, Ye Heng, Wang Zhi-Yong, Nguyen Henry T
Publication Year: 
2019
Series Name: 
BMC plant biology
Abstract: 
Brassinosteroids (BRs) play a crucial role in plant vegetative growth and reproductive development. The transcription factors BZR1 and BES1/BZR2 are well characterized as downstream regulators of the BR signaling pathway in Arabidopsis and rice. Soybean contains four BZR1-like proteins (GmBZLs), and it was reported that GmBZL2 plays a conserved role in BR signaling regulation. However, the roles of other GmBZLs have not been thoroughly studied, and the targets of GmBZLs in soybean remain unclear.
Keywords: 
  • Arabidopsis genetics
  • Brassinosteroids metabolism
  • Gene Expression Regulation, Plant genetics
  • Genes, Plant genetics
  • Genes, Plant physiology
  • Genome, Plant genetics
  • Plant Proteins genetics
  • Plant Proteins metabolism
  • Receptor Cross-Talk physiology
  • Sequence Alignment
  • Signal Transduction physiology
  • Soybeans genetics
  • Soybeans metabolism
  • Transcription Factors genetics
  • Transcription Factors metabolism
Volume: 
19
Issue: 
1
Page Numbers: 
86
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