上口(田中) 美弥子 Ueguchi-Tanaka Miyako

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名大・生物機能研究センター Biosci. and Biotech. cet, Nagoya Univ. (2010年 CiNii収録論文より)

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  • Gibberellin independent GID1-DELLA interaction

    Hirai Takaaki , Yamamoto Yuko , Sato Tomomi , Kitano Hidemi , Ueguchi-Tanaka Miyako , Matsuoka Makoto

    It has been proposed that the binding of GA to GID1 induces interaction between GID1 and DELLA protein, a repressor of GA signaling, and resulting in the degradation of DELLA protein. We isolated and …

    Plant and Cell Physiology Supplement 2010(0), 0097-0097, 2010

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  • Comprehensive transcriptome analysis of phytohormone biosynthesis and signaling genes in rice microspore/pollen and tapetum

    Hirano Ko , Aya Koichiro , Hobo Tokunori , Sakakibara Hitoshi , Kojima Mikiko , Shim Rosalyn Angeles , Hasegawa Yasuko , Ueguchi-Tanaka Miyako , Matsuoka Makoto

    To investigate the involvement of phytohormones during rice microspore/pollen (MS/POL) development, endogenous levels of several phytohormones in the mature anther were analyzed. We also analyzed the …

    Plant and Cell Physiology Supplement 2009(0), 0671-0671, 2009

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  • Release of the repressive activity of SLR1 by gibberellin does not require its degradation in the <I>gid2</I> mutant

    Ueguchi-Tanaka Miyako , Hirano Ko , Hasegawa Yasuko , Kitano Hidemi , Matsuoka Makoto

    SLR1 acts as a repressor of gibberellin (GA) signaling. GA perception by GA receptor GID1 causes SLR1 degradation involving the F-box protein GID2. In GA-insensitive and GA-deficient mutants, SLR1 acc …

    Plant and Cell Physiology Supplement 2009(0), 0252-0252, 2009

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  • Evolution of GID1-dependent gibberellin signaling pathway in plants

    Hirano Ko , Ashikari Motoyuki , Kitano Hidemi , Matsuoka Makoto , Ueguchi-Tanaka Miyako , Nakajima Masatoshi , Asano Kenji , Sakakibara Hitoshi , Kojima Mikiko , Nishiyama Tomoaki , Tanahashi Takako , Hasebe Mitsuyasu

    Although some types of ferns and mosses produce endogenous gibberellins (GAs), it has been unknown whether they possess the GID1-dependent GA signal transduction pathway as seen in seed plants. We ana …

    Plant and Cell Physiology Supplement 2007(0), 173-173, 2007

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  • Functional Analyses of Gibberellin Soluble Receptor, GID1 (II)

    Ueguchi-Tanaka Miyako , Nakajima Masatoshi , Katoh Etsuko , Ohmiya Hiroko , Xiang Hongyu , Kitano Hidemi , Ashikari Motoyuki , Matsuoka Makoto

    Recently, we isolated a GA insensitive dwarf mutant of rice, <I>gid1</I>. <I>GID1</I> encodes a soluble GA receptor that shares sequence similarity with a hormone sensitive lip …

    Plant and Cell Physiology Supplement 2007(0), 172-172, 2007

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  • Gibberellin perception and its signaling in rice

    Ueguchi-Tanaka Miyako , Ashikari Motoyuki , Matsuoka Makoto

    Recent molecular genetical studies have identified several regulators in GA signaling. Among them, DELLA protein has been considered as the most important regulator, which negatively functions in GA s …

    Plant and Cell Physiology Supplement 2006(0), S024-S024, 2006

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  • Microarray Analysis of Anther-Specific Genes under the Control of GAMYB in Rice

    Aya Kouichiro , Ueguchi-Tanaka Miyako , Kondo Maki , Tsuji Hiroyuki , Ashikari Motoyuki , Nishimura Mikio , Matsuoka Makoto

    GAMYB is known as a transcriptional factor, which binds to the promoter of α-amylase gene and activates the GA-dependent gene expression. Recently we found GAMYB is also important in anther deve …

    Plant and Cell Physiology Supplement 2006(0), 875-875, 2006

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