Over-expression of Arabidopsis AtCHR23 chromatin remodeling ATPase results in increased variability of growth and gene expression

Jan Peter Nap, Adam Folta, Julian Krauskopf, Ludmila Mlynarova

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Abstract

Plants are sessile organisms that deal with their -sometimes adverse- environment in well-regulated ways. Chromatin remodeling involving SWI/SNF2-type ATPases is thought to be an important epigenetic mechanism for the regulation of gene expression in different developmental programs and for integrating these programs with the response to environmental signals. In this study, we report on the role of chromatin remodeling in Arabidopsis with respect to the variability of growth and gene expression in relationship to environmental conditions.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages18
JournalBMC plant biology
Volume14
Issue number76
Publication statusPublished - 2014

Keywords

  • arabidopsis
  • phenotypes
  • abiotic stress
  • chromatin remodelling

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