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Characterization of multiple SPS knockout mutants reveals redundant functions of the four Arabidopsis sucrose phosphate synthase isoforms in plant viability, and strongly indicates that enhanced respiration and accelerated starch turnover can alleviate the blockage of sucrose biosynthesis

 

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Opened Access Characterization of multiple SPS knockout mutants reveals redundant functions of the four Arabidopsis sucrose phosphate synthase isoforms in plant viability, and strongly indicates that enhanced respiration and accelerated starch turnover can alleviate the blockage of sucrose biosynthesis
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Author: Bahaji, Abdellatif
Baroja Fernández, Edurne
Ricarte Bermejo, Adriana
Sánchez López, Ángela María
Muñoz Pérez, Francisco José
Romero Rodríguez, José María
Ruiz Pérez, María Teresa
Baslam, Marouane
Almagro, Goizeder
Sesma, María Teresa
Pozueta Romero, Javier
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Bioquímica Vegetal y Biología Molecular
Date: 2015
Published in: Plant Science, 238, 135-147.
Document type: Article
Abstract: We characterized multiple knock-out mutants of the four Arabidopsis sucrose phosphate synthase (SPSA1, SPSA2, SPSB and SPSC) isoforms. Despite their reduced SPS activity, spsa1/spsa2, spsa1/spsb, spsa2/spsb, spsa2/spsc, spsb/spsc, spsa1/spsa2/spsb a...
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Cite: Bahaji, A., Baroja Fernández, E., Ricarte Bermejo, A., Sánchez López, Á.M., Muñoz Pérez, F.J., Romero Rodríguez, J.M.,...,Pozueta Romero, J. (2015). Characterization of multiple SPS knockout mutants reveals redundant functions of the four Arabidopsis sucrose phosphate synthase isoforms in plant viability, and strongly indicates that enhanced respiration and accelerated starch turnover can alleviate the blockage of sucrose biosynthesis. Plant Science, 238, 135-147.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/84990

DOI: 10.1016/j.plantsci.2015.06.009

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