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[The enzymatic activity of the antioxidant system in the ontogeny of mutant norflurazone-tolerant Arabidopsis thaliana].
Ezhova TA, et al. Ontogenez 2000. PMID 10732362 Russian.
A single treatment of plants with norflurazone induced an accelerated increase in the level of both enzymes in the mutants as compared to the wild type plants. Under the conditions of multiple treatment with norflurazone, the mutants le-2 and nfz24 displayed a higher tolerance to the bleaching effect of the herbicide and were characterized by a higher level of superoxide dismutase. ...
A single treatment of plants with norflurazone induced an accelerated increase in the level of both enzymes in the mutants as compare …
genome uncoupled1 Mutants Are Hypersensitive to Norflurazon and Lincomycin.
Zhao X, et al. Plant Physiol 2018. PMID 30154176 Free PMC article.
Arabidopsis gun1 mutants show hypersensitive phenotypes to both norflurazon and lincomycin....
Arabidopsis gun1 mutants show hypersensitive phenotypes to both norflurazon and lincomycin....
The genomes uncoupled Mutants Are More Sensitive to Norflurazon Than Wild Type.
Song L, et al. Plant Physiol 2018. PMID 30209072 Free PMC article.
The increased sensitivity of the genomes uncoupled mutants to norflurazon indicates that they are probably deficient in plastid-to-nucleus signaling and are unequivocally not resistant to norflurazon....
The increased sensitivity of the genomes uncoupled mutants to norflurazon indicates that they are probably deficient in plastid-to-nu …
Plant-type phytoene desaturase: Functional evaluation of structural implications
Koschmieder J, et al. PLoS One 2017. PMID 29176862 Free PMC article.
Phytoene desaturase (PDS) is an essential plant carotenoid biosynthetic enzyme and a prominent target of certain inhibitors, such as norflurazon, acting as bleaching herbicides. ...We present the necessary data to scrutinize functional implications inferred from the recently resolved crystal structure of Oryza sativa PDS in a complex with norflurazon. ...
Phytoene desaturase (PDS) is an essential plant carotenoid biosynthetic enzyme and a prominent target of certain inhibitors, such as norf
Determination of norflurazon concentration in wheat leaves using a modified QuEChERS method.
Trzebuniak KF and Mysliwa-Kurdziel B. Acta Biochim Pol 2017. PMID 28822995 Free article.
The aim of this analytical study was to develop and validate an easy-to-use method for measuring the actual level of norflurazon that accumulates in leaves. ...We adapted this method for the detection of norflurazon in leaves or leaf fragments and proposed a useful modification using of HPLC-UV detection. ...
The aim of this analytical study was to develop and validate an easy-to-use method for measuring the actual level of norflurazon that …
Structure of Phytoene Desaturase Provides Insights into Herbicide Binding and Reaction Mechanisms Involved in Carotene Desaturation
Brausemann A, et al. Structure 2017. PMID 28669634 Free article.
The herbicidal inhibitor norflurazon binds at a plastoquinone site thereby blocking reoxidation of FAD(red). Comparison with the sequence-dissimilar bacterial carotene desaturase CRTI reveals substantial similarities in the overall protein fold, defining both as members of the GR2 family of flavoproteins. ...
The herbicidal inhibitor norflurazon binds at a plastoquinone site thereby blocking reoxidation of FAD(red). Comparison with the sequ …
Dysfunctional chloroplasts up-regulate the expression of mitochondrial genes in Arabidopsis seedlings
Liao JC, et al. Photosynth Res 2016. PMID 26008795
Norflurazon (NF) and lincomycin (Lin) are two commonly used inhibitors to study chloroplast-to-nucleus retrograde signaling in plants. ...
Norflurazon (NF) and lincomycin (Lin) are two commonly used inhibitors to study chloroplast-to-nucleus retrograde signaling in plants
Inhibitor-induced oxidation of the nucleus and cytosol in Arabidopsis thaliana: implications for organelle to nucleus retrograde signalling
Karpinska B, et al. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2017. PMID 28808105 Free PMC article.
Concepts of organelle-to-nucleus signalling pathways are largely based on genetic screens involving inhibitors of chloroplast and mitochondrial functions such as norflurazon, lincomycin (LINC), antimycin A (ANT) and salicylhydroxamic acid. ...
Concepts of organelle-to-nucleus signalling pathways are largely based on genetic screens involving inhibitors of chloroplast and mitochondr …
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