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Comparative genomics of NAC transcriptional factors in angiosperms: Implications for the adaptation and diversification of flowering plants
LUIS CARLOS RODRIGUEZ ZAPATA
ALEJANDRO PEREIRA SANTANA
Luis David Alcaraz
ENRIQUE CASTAÑO DE LA SERNA
LENIN SANCHEZ CALDERON
LORENZO FELIPE SÁNCHEZ TEYER
Acceso Abierto
Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0141866
NAC PROTEIN
UNCLASSIFIED DRUG
VEGETABLE PROTEIN
PLANT PROTEIN
TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR
NAC proteins constitute one of the largest groups of plant-specific transcription factors and are known to play essential roles in various developmental processes. They are also important in plant responses to stresses such as drought, soil salinity, cold, and heat, which adversely affect growth. The current knowledge regarding the distribution of NAC proteins in plant lineages comes from relatively small samplings from the available data. In the present study, we broadened the number of plant species containing the NAC family origin and evolution to shed new light on the evolutionary history of this family in angiosperms.
01-11-2015
Artículo
PLoS ONE. 10(11), e0141866, 2015
Inglés
Pereira-Santana, A., Alcaraz, L. D., Castaño, E., Sanchez-Calderon, L., Sanchez-Teyer, F., & Rodriguez-Zapata, L. (2015). Comparative genomics of NAC transcriptional factors in angiosperms: implications for the adaptation and diversification of flowering plants. PloS one, 10(11), e0141866.
BIOLOGÍA Y QUÍMICA
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