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    ISSN: 1573-5028
    Keywords: cereal seedling ; environmental stress ; G box ; signal metabolite hypothesis ; source/sink ; transgenic cells
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Biology
    Notes: Abstract Expression of α-amylase genes during seedling development plays a key role in production of sugar from the starch stored in the cereal seed. Rice α-amylase Amy3D promoter/GUS constructs in transgenic rice cell lines were studied to identify cis elements in the promoter of this metabolite-regulated gene. Three sequences having the greatest effects on Amy3D gene expression included the amylase element (TATCCAT), the CGACG element, and a G box-related element (CTACGTGGCCA). These promoter cis elements are needed for high-level expression of Amy3D under conditions of sugar starvation. The involvement of G box cis-elements in environmental stress responses suggest a link between the nutrient stress and the environmental stress responses of the plant.
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