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Functional Genomic Analysis of the AUXIN/INDOLE-3-ACETIC ACID Gene Family Members in Arabidopsis thalianaW⃞

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Functional Genomic Analysis of the AUXIN/INDOLE-3-ACETIC ACID Gene Family Members in Arabidopsis thaliana by Paul J. Overvoorde, Yoko Okushima, José M. Alonso, April Chan, Charlie Chang, Joseph R. Ecker, Beth Hughes, Amy Liu, Courtney Onodera, Hong Quach, Alison Smith, Guixia Yu, and Athanasios Theologis Plantcell Volume 17(12):3282-3300 December 1, 2005 ©2005 by American Society of Plant Biologists The Aux/IAA Gene Family of Arabidopsis.(A) Chromosomal location of Aux/IAA genes. Overvoorde P et al. Plantcell 2005;17:3282-3300 ©2005 by American Society of Plant Biologists Alignment of the Aux/IAA Proteins Reveals Several Highly Conserved Domains.The deduced amino acid sequences of the Aux/IAA proteins were aligned using ClustalW (Thompson et al., 1994). Overvoorde P et al. Plantcell 2005;17:3282-3300 ©2005 by American Society of Plant Biologists Location of T-DNA or dSpm Insertions in the Aux/IAA Gene Family Members.Boxes represent exons. Overvoorde P et al. Plantcell 2005;17:3282-3300 ©2005 by American Society of Plant Biologists Growth Phenotype of Insertion Mutants of Various Aux/IAA Gene Family Members.Three wild-type (left) and three mutant plants (right) were grown simultaneously and are shown for each line. Overvoorde P et al. Plantcell 2005;17:3282-3300 ©2005 by American Society of Plant Biologists Phenotypes of iaa8 iaa9 Double and iaa5 iaa6 iaa19 Triple Mutants during Developmental Stages.(A) Four-week-old soil-grown plants of the wild type and the iaa8-1 iaa9-1 double mutant.(B) Four-week-old soil-grown plants of the wild type or the iaa5-1 iaa6-1,... Overvoorde P et al. Plantcell 2005;17:3282-3300 ©2005 by American Society of Plant Biologists Global Gene Expression Profiling.M-A plots (Dudiot et al., 2002) showing changes of auxin-mediated gene expression in the wild type, iaa17-6, axr3-1/iaa17-1, and iaa5-1 iaa6-1 iaa19-1. Overvoorde P et al. Plantcell 2005;17:3282-3300 ©2005 by American Society of Plant Biologists Expression Characteristics of Cell Wall–Related

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