Works (5)

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2009 journal article

Salicylic acid stimulates secretion of the normally symplastic enzyme mannitol dehydrogenase: a possible defense against mannitol-secreting fungal pathogens

PLANTA, 230(6), 1093–1103.

By: F. Cheng n, E. Zamski*, W. Guo n, D. Pharr n & J. Williamson n

author keywords: Protein secretion; Mannitol metabolism; Plant-pathogen interaction; Extracellular space; Apoplast
MeSH headings : Antifungal Agents / pharmacology; Brefeldin A / pharmacology; Cell Wall / drug effects; Cell Wall / metabolism; Cells, Cultured; Cytoplasm / metabolism; Fungi / growth & development; Fungi / metabolism; Golgi Apparatus / drug effects; Golgi Apparatus / metabolism; Golgi Apparatus / ultrastructure; Immunity, Innate / genetics; Immunoblotting; Mannitol / metabolism; Mannitol Dehydrogenases / genetics; Mannitol Dehydrogenases / metabolism; Microscopy, Immunoelectron; Plant Diseases / genetics; Plant Diseases / microbiology; Plant Leaves / genetics; Plant Leaves / metabolism; Plant Leaves / ultrastructure; Plant Proteins / genetics; Plant Proteins / metabolism; Plants, Genetically Modified; Protein Transport / drug effects; Salicylic Acid / pharmacology; Tobacco / cytology; Tobacco / genetics; Tobacco / metabolism
TL;DR: Immunoelectron microscopy, immunoblot, and biochemical data reported here show that the normally symplastic plant enzyme, mannitol dehydrogenase (MTD), is secreted into the apoplast after treatment with the endogenous inducer of plant defense responses salicylic acid (SA). (via Semantic Scholar)
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2001 journal article

Analysis of celery (Apium graveolens) mannitol dehydrogenase (Mtd) promoter regulation in Arabidopsis suggests roles for MTD in key environmental and metabolic responses


By: E. Zamski*, W. Guo*, Y. Yamamoto n, D. Pharr* & J. Williamson*

author keywords: carbohydrate translocation and regulation; gene regulation; mannitol metabolism; plant-pathogen interaction; salt and osmotic stress
MeSH headings : 3-O-Methylglucose / pharmacology; Abscisic Acid / pharmacology; Acetates / pharmacology; Apium / enzymology; Apium / genetics; Arabidopsis / cytology; Arabidopsis / genetics; Arabidopsis / metabolism; Cell Division / drug effects; Cyclopentanes / pharmacology; Deoxyglucose / pharmacology; Dose-Response Relationship, Drug; Gene Expression Regulation / drug effects; Glucose / pharmacology; Green Fluorescent Proteins; Luminescent Proteins / genetics; Luminescent Proteins / metabolism; Mannitol / pharmacology; Mannitol Dehydrogenases / genetics; Oxylipins; Plants / drug effects; Plants / enzymology; Plants / genetics; Plants, Genetically Modified / cytology; Plants, Genetically Modified / genetics; Plants, Genetically Modified / metabolism; Promoter Regions, Genetic / genetics; Recombinant Fusion Proteins / genetics; Recombinant Fusion Proteins / metabolism; Salicylic Acid / pharmacology; Sodium Chloride / pharmacology
TL;DR: The massive up-regulation of Mtd expression in the vascular tissues of salt-stressed Arabidopsis roots suggests a possible role for MTD in mannitol translocation and unloading and its interrelation with sugar metabolism. (via Semantic Scholar)
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1998 journal article

Soybean BRU1 encodes a functional xyloglucan endotransglycosylase that is highly expressed in inner epicotyl tissues during brassinosteroid-promoted elongation


By: M. Oh n, W. Romanow, R. Smith n, E. Zamski n, J. Sasse* & S. Clouse n

author keywords: brassinosteroid; BRU1; elongation; soybean; XET; xyloglucan endotransglycosylase
TL;DR: Results suggest a role for BRUl in vascular development in addition to cell elongation and in situ hybridization reveals highest BRUl transcript accumulation in inner epicotyl tissue, particularly the phloem and paratracheary parenchyma cells. (via Semantic Scholar)
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1997 journal article

Subcellular localization of celery mannitol dehydrogenase - A cytosolic metabolic enzyme in nuclei

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 115(4), 1397–1403.

By: Y. Yamamoto n, E. Zamski n, J. Williamson n, M. Conkling n & D. Pharr n

MeSH headings : Cell Nucleus / enzymology; Cell Nucleus / ultrastructure; Cells, Cultured; Cytosol / enzymology; Cytosol / ultrastructure; Gene Expression Regulation, Plant; Mannitol Dehydrogenases / analysis; Mannitol Dehydrogenases / biosynthesis; Meristem; Microscopy, Immunoelectron; Plant Leaves; Plant Roots; Vegetables / enzymology; Vegetables / ultrastructure
TL;DR: Immunogold localization and biochemical analyses presented here demonstrate that celery MTD is localized in the cytosol and nuclei, and densities of nuclear and cytosolic MTD in a given cell are approximately equal. (via Semantic Scholar)
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1996 journal article

Immunolocalization of mannitol dehydrogenase in celery plants and cells

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 112(3), 931–938.

By: E. Zamski n, Y. Yamamoto n, J. Williamson n, M. Conkling n & D. Pharr n

MeSH headings : Animals; Antibody Specificity; Cells, Cultured; Cross Reactions; Cytoplasm / enzymology; Cytoplasm / ultrastructure; Immunoblotting; Immunohistochemistry; Mannitol Dehydrogenases / analysis; Plant Leaves; Plant Roots; Rabbits; Vegetables / cytology; Vegetables / enzymology
TL;DR: The distribution pattern of MTD within celery plants and in cell cultures that were grown on different carbon sources is consistent w ith the hypothesis that the Mtd gene may be regulated by sugar repression. (via Semantic Scholar)
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