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Journal of Integrative Plant Biology Vol.64, Issue 4, Aprial 2022
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Journal of Integrative Plant Biology Vol.64, Issue 4, Aprial 2022
Language:  English
Author:  The Editorial Board
Pub. Date:  2022-04 Weight:   kg ISBN:  1672-9072 CN-11-5067/Q
Format:  Soft Cover Pages:  170
Subject:  Botany > Botany: General
Series:   Size:  210x270 mm
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  • Author: Chen Zhu, Liwen Fu, Yan Xiong and Pengcheng Wang
    J Integr Plant Biol 2022, 64 (4): 789-791.
    Published Online: March 03, 2022
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  • In the presence of abscisic acid or environmental stress, activated SnRK2s transiently phosphorylate Raptor1B, a regulatory component of the TOR complex, to inhibit plant growth. To examine such transient interactions between a kinase and its substrate, comprehensive genetic or biochemistry evidence is more conclusive than a single negative co-immunoprecipitation test.

Invited Expert Review
  • Author: Xiaodong Xu, Li Yuan, Xin Yang, Xiao Zhang, Lei Wang and Qiguang Xie
    J Integr Plant Biol 2022, 64 (4): 792-811.
    Published Online: January 28, 2022
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  • This review summarizes recent research on the circadian clock, an endogenous time-keeping mechanism, covering how the circadian clock anticipates environmental and internal timing cues (Zeitgebers), the molecular architecture of core oscillators, the synchronization of cell-autonomous clocks with circadian rhythm in whole plants, and circadian outputs including agronomic traits.

  • Author: Xie Li, Xifeng Li, Baofang Fan, Cheng Zhu and Zhixiang Chen
    J Integr Plant Biol 2022, 64 (4): 821-835.
    Published Online: February 15, 2022
  • Plants produce specialized endoplasmic reticulum (ER)-derived vesicles (ERDVs) that carry specific ER-synthesized proteins but do not travel through the classic ER-to-Golgi secretory pathway. These ERDVs are directly associated with important plant traits. This review discusses our current understanding of the functional diversity, evolution and biotechnological uses of ERDVs in plants.

Breakthrough Report
  • Author: Fan Xu, Li Huang, Junyao Wang, Caixia Ma, Yingqing Tan, Fanlong Wang, Yanhua Fan and Ming Luo
    J Integr Plant Biol 2022, 64 (4): 836-842.
  • The sphingolipid biosynthesis inhibitor fumonisin B1 (FB1) acts as a toxin and phenocopies the symptoms induced by Verticillium dahliae. Overexpressing GhIQD10, which is downregulated in response to FB1 and V. dahliae, enhanced verticillium wilt resistance in cotton by promoting the expression of brassinosteroid and anti-pathogen genes.

Cell and Developmental Biology
  • Author: Lihui Yang, Mingyue Zhu, Yi Yang, Ke Wang, Yulei Che, Shurui Yang, Jinxiang Wang, Xin Yu, Lixin Li, Shuang Wu, Klaus Palme and Xugang Li
    J Integr Plant Biol 2022, 64 (4): 843-843.
  • In Arabidopsis thaliana roots, CELL DIVISION CONTROL PROTEIN 48B functions in regulating the intercellular trafficking of SHORT-ROOT from the stele to the endodermis for formation of the middle cortex.

  • Author: Meng Li, Mengxue Wang, Qingyun Lin, Mengyao Wang, Xufang Niu, Jie Cheng, Meizhi Xu, Yaxin Qin, Xinyi Liao, Jian Xu and Shuang Wu
    J Integr Plant Biol 2022, 64 (4): 859-870.
  • Exploring the regulation of root development by differentiated columella cells through auxin distribution by specifically blocking root cap symplast pathway signaling highlights the vital role of communication between differentiated root cap cells in root development.

Metabolism and Biochemistry
  • Author: Jian‐Qiang Yu, Kai‐Di Gu, Li‐Li Zhang, Cui‐Hui Sun, Quan‐Yan Zhang, Jia‐Hui Wang, Chu‐Kun Wang, Wen‐Yan Wang, Meng‐Chi Du and Da‐
  • In apple leaves and fruits, the basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor MdbHLH3 regulates sugar accumulation by activating expression of the pyrophosphate-dependent phosphofructokinase gene MdPFPβ and coordinating carbohydrate allocation.

Molecular Physiology
Photosynthesis and Crop Physiology
Plant-abiotic Interactions
  • Author: Kaili Nie, Hongyun Zhao, Xiaopei Wang, Yanli Niu, Huapeng Zhou and Yuan Zheng
    J Integr Plant Biol 2022, 64 (4): 930-941.
  • Releasing the restriction imposed by abscisic acid (ABA) allows seed germination. ABA-INSENSITIVE5 (ABI5) is the major ABA activator during germination and the MYB30-INTERACTING E3 LIGASE1–ABI5–MYB30 regulatory module fine tunes ABA signaling during germination via precising regulation of ABI5.

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