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expansin

expansin

The Growing World of Expansins

Portrait of the Expansin Superfamily in Physcomitrella patens: Comparisons with Angiosperm Expansins

Distribution of Expansins in Graviresponding Maize Roots

Plant Expansins in Bacteria and Fungi: Evolution by Horizontal Gene Transfer and Independent Domain Fusion

Expansins expression is associated with grain size dynamics in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

Expression of six expansin genes in relation to extension activity in developing strawberry fruit

Changes in expansin activity and gene expression during ethylene-promoted leaflet abscission in Sambucus nigra

Fusarium oxysporum and its bacterial consortium promote lettuce growth and expansin A5 gene expression through microbial volatile organic compound (MVOC) emission

Wall-Yielding Properties of Cell Walls from Elongating Cucumber Hypocotyls in Relation to the Action of Expansin

A Cotton BURP Domain Protein Interacts With α-Expansin and Their Co-Expression Promotes Plant Growth and Fruit Production

Identification and characterization of an expansin gene AsEXP1 associated with heat tolerance in C3 Agrostis grass species

Cloning, characterization, and expression of xyloglucan endotransglucosylase/hydrolase and expansin genes associated with petal growth and development during carnation flower opening

Expression of α-Expansin and Xyloglucan Endotransglucosylase/Hydrolase Genes Associated with Shoot Elongation Enhanced by Anoxia, Ethylene and Carbon Dioxide in Arrowhead (Sagittaria pygmaea Miq.) Tubers

 

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Any of a group of proteins, located within the cell walls of plants (both dicotyledons and grasses), that play an essential role in loosening cell walls during cell growth. They are hydrophobic, non‐glycosylated proteins, Mr ~30 kDa.

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