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Properties of the ethylene receptors in relation to senescence to tomato


Properties of the ethylene receptors in relation to senescence to tomato



Xibei Zhiwu Xuebao 22(3): 723-729



Numerous strides have been made in isolation and characterization of ethylene receptor genes. Tomato contains a family of ethylene receptors designed Le-ETR1, Le-ETR2, Le-ETR3, Le-ETR4, Le-ETR5, with homology to the Arabidopsis ETR1, which is mimic to bacterial two-component response system proteins. Copper is a critical component in ethylene receptor for binding. The ethylene sensitivity during development of tomato is regulated through activation of some receptor genes experssion and/or the transportation of copper. Breakthroughs are made on regulation of receptor gene expressions, which shows a bright future for the usage. However, the function of each receptor in relation to in vivo assay is to be elucidated to understand the mechanism of ethylene perception and regulation.

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