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Runaway cell death, but not basal disease resistance, in lsd1 is SA- and NIM1/NPR1-dependent.
RIN4 interacts with Pseudomonas syringae type III effector molecules and is required for RPM1-mediated resistance in Arabidopsis.
NF-YC3, NF-YC4 and NF-YC9 are required for CONSTANS-mediated, photoperiod-dependent flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana.
CONSTANS Imparts DNA Sequence Specificity to the Histone Fold NF-YB/NF-YC Dimer.
An evolutionarily conserved mediator of plant disease resistance gene function is required for normal Arabidopsis development.
A duplicated pair of Arabidopsis RING-finger E3 ligases contribute to the RPM1- and RPS2-mediated hypersensitive response.
Tissue-specific expression patterns of Arabidopsis NF-Y transcription factors suggest potential for extensive combinatorial complexity.
A distal CCAAT/NUCLEAR FACTOR Y complex promotes chromatin looping at the FLOWERING LOCUS T promoter and regulates the timing of flowering in Arabidopsis.
Recognition of pathogens by plants.
The disease resistance signaling components EDS1 and PAD4 are essential regulators of the cell death pathway controlled by LSD1 in Arabidopsis.
Antagonistic control of disease resistance protein stability in the plant immune system.
bZIP10-LSD1 antagonism modulates basal defense and cell death in Arabidopsis following infection.
NUCLEAR FACTOR Y transcription factors have both opposing and additive roles in ABA-mediated seed germination.
Gene Family Analysis of the Arabidopsis NF-YA Transcription Factors Reveals Opposing Abscisic Acid Responses During Seed Germination.
NUCLEAR FACTOR Y, Subunit A (NF-YA) Proteins Positively Regulate Flowering and Act Through FLOWERING LOCUS T.
The multifaceted roles of NUCLEAR FACTOR-Y in Arabidopsis thaliana development and stress responses.