A SURVEY OF TRANSCRIPTS EXPRESSED SPECIFICALLY IN ROOT-NODULES OF BROADBEAN (VICIA-FABA L)

PERLICK AM, Pühler A (1993)
PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 22(6): 957-970.

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More than 600 potentially nodule-specific clones have been detected by differential hybridization of a broadbean cDNA library constructed from root nodule poly(A)+ RNA. These isolated cDNAs belong to at least 28 different clone groups containing cross-hybridizing sequences. The number of clones within a clone group varies from about 200 to only one single clone. Northern hybridization experiments revealed nodule-specific transcripts for 14 clone groups and markedly nodule-enhanced transcripts for another 7 clone groups. Sequence homologies indicate that three transcript sequences code for different leghemoglobins. Two other transcripts encode a nodule-specific sucrose synthase and a nodule-enhanced asparagine synthetase, respectively. Four deduced gene products are proline-rich, two of them being the homologues of PsENOD2 and PsENOD12. The third proline-rich protein (PRP) is composed of similar amino acid repeats as the nodule-specific PsENOD12 but is expressed in nodules and roots in comparable amounts. The fourth PRP is a nodule-enhanced extensin-type protein built up by Ser-Pro4 repeats. Two further nodule-specific transcripts encode gene products showing some similarity to structural glycine-rich proteins. Additionally, transcripts could be identified for broadbean homologues of the nodulins MsNOD25, PsENOD3 and PsENOD5 and transcripts specifying a nodule-enhanced lipoxygenase and a translation elongation factor EF-1alpha, which is expressed in all broadbean tissues tested.
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PERLICK AM, Pühler A. A SURVEY OF TRANSCRIPTS EXPRESSED SPECIFICALLY IN ROOT-NODULES OF BROADBEAN (VICIA-FABA L). PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY. 1993;22(6):957-970.
PERLICK, A. M., & Pühler, A. (1993). A SURVEY OF TRANSCRIPTS EXPRESSED SPECIFICALLY IN ROOT-NODULES OF BROADBEAN (VICIA-FABA L). PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, 22(6), 957-970.
PERLICK, A. M., and Pühler, A. (1993). A SURVEY OF TRANSCRIPTS EXPRESSED SPECIFICALLY IN ROOT-NODULES OF BROADBEAN (VICIA-FABA L). PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 22, 957-970.
PERLICK, A.M., & Pühler, A., 1993. A SURVEY OF TRANSCRIPTS EXPRESSED SPECIFICALLY IN ROOT-NODULES OF BROADBEAN (VICIA-FABA L). PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, 22(6), p 957-970.
A.M. PERLICK and A. Pühler, “A SURVEY OF TRANSCRIPTS EXPRESSED SPECIFICALLY IN ROOT-NODULES OF BROADBEAN (VICIA-FABA L)”, PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, vol. 22, 1993, pp. 957-970.
PERLICK, A.M., Pühler, A.: A SURVEY OF TRANSCRIPTS EXPRESSED SPECIFICALLY IN ROOT-NODULES OF BROADBEAN (VICIA-FABA L). PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY. 22, 957-970 (1993).
PERLICK, AM, and Pühler, Alfred. “A SURVEY OF TRANSCRIPTS EXPRESSED SPECIFICALLY IN ROOT-NODULES OF BROADBEAN (VICIA-FABA L)”. PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 22.6 (1993): 957-970.
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