member of MAP Kinase Kinase family. Autophosphorylates and also phosphorylates MPK3 and MPK6. Independently involved in ethylene and calmalexin biosynthesis. Induces transcription of ACS2, ACS6, ERF1, ERF2, ERF5, ERF6, CYP79B2, CYP79B3, CYP71A13 and PAD3.
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MAP kinase kinase7. Member of plant mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase group D. Negative regulator of polar auxin transport. Overexpression leads to activation of basal and systemic acquired resistance.
ATMKK5 (ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASE KINASE 5)
Encodes a mitogen-activated kinase kinase, dual specific protein kinase that is expressed in vegetative tissues and floral buds. Involved in innate immunity. This protein activates MPK3/MPK6 and early-defense genes redundantly with MKK4.In plants with both MKK5 and MKK6 levels reduced by RNAi plants, floral organs do not abscise suggestion a role for both proteins in mediating floral organ abscission.
ATMKK4 (ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASE KINASE 4)
Encodes a mitogen-activated map kinase kinase (there are nine in Arabidopsis) involved in innate immunity. This protein activates MPK3/MPK6 and early-defense genes redundantly with MKK5. In plants with both MKK5 and MKK6 levels reduced by RNAi plants, floral organs do not abscise suggestion a role for both proteins in mediating floral organ abscission.
Similar to terminal ear1 in Zea mays. A member of mei2-like gene family; phylogenetic analysis revealed that TEL1 belongs to the third clade of mei2-like proteins (TEL clade), with conserved two N-terminal RNA recognition motifs (RRM), in addition to the C-terminal RRM, shared among all mei2-like proteins.
Encodes a plasmodesmal protein that affects the intercellular movement of molecules through the plasmodesmata. The cytoplasmic C-terminal portion of the protein is connected to the apoplastic N-terminal portion of the protein by a single transmembrane domain (TMD). It is transported to the plasmodesmata through the secretory pathway. PDLP1 has two DUF26 domains and a signal peptide, but the proper localization of the protein appears to depend on the TMD.
Encodes a member of KPP-like gene family, homolog of KPP (kinase partner protein) gene in tomato. Also a member of the RopGEF (guanine nucleotide exchange factor) family, containing the novel PRONE domain (plant-specific Rop nucleotide exchanger), which is exclusively active towards members of the Rop subfamily.
Induced in response to Salicylic acid.Similar to receptor-like kinase 4 and 5. NPR1, a known positive regulator of the SA signaling pathway is responsible for the SA-dependent induction and constitutive repression of EP1 gene's basal expression.