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Sealing plant surfaces: cuticular wax formation by ...

The vital importance of plant surface wax in protecting tissue from environmental stresses is reflected in the huge commitment of epidermal cells to cuticle formation. During cuticle deposition, a massive flux of lipids occurs from the sites of lipid synthesis in the plastid and the endoplasmic reti

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Sealing Plant Surfaces: Cuticular Wax Formation by ...

2019-7-17  The vital importance of plant surface wax in protecting tissue from environmental stresses is reflected in the huge commitment of epidermal cells to cuticle formation. During cuticle deposition, a massive flux of lipids occurs from the sites of lipid synthesis in the plastid and the endoplasmic reticulum to the plant surface.

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Sealing Plant Surfaces: Cuticular Wax Formation by ...

2008-4-8  ANRV342-PP59-27 ARI 29 January 2008 15:38 R E V I E W S I N A D V A N C E Sealing Plant Surfaces: Cuticular Wax Formation by Epidermal Cells Lacey Samuels,1 Ljerka Kunst,1 and Reinhard Jetter1,2 1Department of Botany, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada; 2Department of Chemistry, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada; email:

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Sealing Plant Surfaces: Cuticular Wax Formation by ...

The vital importance of plant surface wax in protecting tissue from environmental stresses is reflected in the huge commitment of epidermal cells to cuticle formation. During cuticle deposition, a...

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2021-6-18  Sealing plant surfaces: Cuticular wax formation by epidermal cells

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Sealing plant surfaces: cuticular wax formation by ...

2008-1-1  Sealing plant surfaces: cuticular wax formation by epidermal cells. (PMID:18251711) Abstract Citations; Related Articles ... The vital importance of plant surface wax in protecting tissue from environmental stresses is reflected in the huge commitment of epidermal cells to cuticle formation. During cuticle deposition, a massive flux of lipids ...

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Sealing Plant Surfaces: Cuticular Wax Formation by ...

2008-6-2  Sealing Plant Surfaces: Cuticular Wax Formation by Epidermal Cells Sealing Plant Surfaces: Cuticular Wax Formation by Epidermal Cells Samuels, Lacey; Kunst, Ljerka; Jetter, Reinhard 2008-06-02 00:00:00 The vital importance of plant surface wax in protecting tissue from environmental stresses is reflected in the huge commitment of epidermal cells to cuticle formation.

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Biosynthesis and secretion of plant cuticular wax ...

2003-1-1  Sealing plant surfaces: cuticular wax formation by epidermal cells. Samuels L , Kunst L , Jetter R Annu Rev Plant Biol , 59:683-707, 01 Jan 2008

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BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF WAX

2019-4-30  ▪ Abstract The aerial surfaces of plants are covered with a wax layer that is primarily a waterproof barrier but that also provides protection against environmental stresses. The ubiquitous presence of cuticular wax is testimony to its essential function.

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Plant Cuticular Waxes: Composition, Function, and ...

2018-6-26  Samuels L, Kunst L, Jetter R (2009) Sealing plant surfaces: cuticular wax formation by epidermal cells. Annu Rev Plant Biol 59:683–707 CrossRef Google Scholar Schlegel TK, Schönherr J, Schreiber L (2005) Size selectivity of aqueous pores in stomatous cuticles of Vicia faba leaves.

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BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF WAX

2019-4-30  Sealing Plant Surfaces: Cuticular Wax Formation by Epidermal Cells Lacey Samuels, Ljerka Kunst, and Reinhard Jetter Annual Review of Plant Biology The Plant Polyester Cutin: Biosynthesis, Structure, and Biological Roles Eric A. Fich, Nicholas A. Segerson, and Jocelyn K.C. Rose

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Plant Cuticular Waxes: Composition, Function, and ...

2018-6-26  Samuels L, Kunst L, Jetter R (2009) Sealing plant surfaces: cuticular wax formation by epidermal cells. Annu Rev Plant Biol 59:683–707 CrossRef Google Scholar Schlegel TK, Schönherr J, Schreiber L (2005) Size selectivity of aqueous pores in stomatous cuticles of Vicia faba leaves.

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Factors affecting cuticle synthesis in apple fruit ...

Sealing plant surfaces: cuticular wax formation by epidermal cells Annu. Rev. Plant Biol. , 59 ( 2008 ) , pp. 683 - 707 , 10.1146/annurev.arplant.59.103006.093219 CrossRef View Record in

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Cuticular wax biosynthesis as a way of inducing drought ...

2020-3-17  16. Samuels L, Kunst L, Jetter R. Sealing plant surfaces: cuticular wax formation by epidermal cells. Annu Rev Plant Biol 2008; 59:683-707. 3. Seki M, Umezawa T, Urano K, Shinozaki K. Regulatory metabolic networks in drought stress responses. Curr Opin Plant Biol 2007; 10:296-302. 4. Schroeder JI, Kwak JM, Allen GJ. Guard cell abscisic

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Drought stress modify cuticle of tender tea leaf and ...

2020-4-21  Samuels, L., Kunst, L. Jetter, R. Sealing plant surfaces: cuticular wax formation by epidermal cells. Annuual Review of Plant Biology 59 , 683–707 (2008). CAS Article Google Scholar

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Characterization of increased cuticular wax mutant and ...

2018-8-1  Cuticular wax formation on the surface of plant leaves is associated with drought-stress tolerance. The identification of wax biosynthesis-related genes will contribute to the genetic improvement ...

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Epicuticular wax on leaf cuticles does not establish the ...

It is well established that waxes built up the barrier properties of cuticles, since their extraction in organic solvent e.g. chloroform increases diffusion of water and organic compounds by 1-2 orders of magnitude. Leaf surface waxes can be divided in epicuticular (on the surface of the cuticular m

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The ultrastructure of wax deposits on plant leaf surfaces ...

34 1967 by Academic Press Inc. J. ULTRASTRtJCTtJRE RESEARCH 17, 34-44 (1967) The Ultrastructure of Wax Deposits on Plant Leaf Surfaces II. Cuticular Pores and Wax Formation D. M. HALL Physics and Engineering Laboratory, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Lower Hutt, New Zealand Received January 7, 1966 The presence of wax exuding pores in leaf and fruit cuticle has

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(PDF) Plant cuticular waxes: A review on functions ...

The term plant wax is collectively used to describe the lipid components of cuticles covering the areal parts of plants. Cuticular wax layer protects the plants against environmental stresses and ...

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DEWAX-mediated transcriptional repression of cuticular

2020-3-17  conditions, plants increase cuticular wax loads through upregulation of wax-biosynthetic genes, which are controlled by a few transcriptional activators.5-8 and the elevated accumulation of wax confers drought tolerance in plants.5-8 In addi-tion, cuticular wax deposition is known to be dependent on the absence and pres - ence of light.

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Factors affecting cuticle synthesis in apple fruit ...

Sealing plant surfaces: cuticular wax formation by epidermal cells Annu. Rev. Plant Biol. , 59 ( 2008 ) , pp. 683 - 707 , 10.1146/annurev.arplant.59.103006.093219 CrossRef View Record in

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B1: Function of cuticular waxes in plant response to ...

Therefore, we will examine and compare the role of cuticular waxes in plant defense against insects with that against biotrophic fungi. Reference Samuels, L., L. Kunst, and R. Jetter: Sealing plant surfaces: Cuticular wax formation by epidermal cells. Annu. Rev. Plant Biol. 59, 683-707 (2008)

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Plant cuticles shine: advances in wax biosynthesis and ...

2009-12-1  Plant cuticles shine: advances in wax biosynthesis and export. The plant cuticle is an extracellular lipid structure deposited over the aerial surfaces of land plants, which seals the shoot and protects it from biotic and abiotic stresses. It is composed of cutin polymer matrix and waxes, produced and secreted by epidermal cells.

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(PDF) Plant cuticular waxes: A review on functions ...

The term plant wax is collectively used to describe the lipid components of cuticles covering the areal parts of plants. Cuticular wax layer protects the plants against environmental stresses and ...

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Lacey Samuels - Front Page UBC Botany

2008-6-11  The plant cuticle plays critical roles in plant ecophysiology by sealing the plant surface to prevent water loss. ... Samuels A.L., L. Kunst, R. Jetter (2008) Sealing plant surfaces: cuticular wax formation by epidermal cells.

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[PDF] Biosynthesis and secretion of plant cuticular wax ...

The cuticle covers the aerial portions of land plants. It consists of amorphous intracuticular wax embedded in cutin polymer, and epicuticular wax crystalloids that coat the outer plant surface and impart a whitish appearance. Cuticular wax is mainly composed of long-chain aliphatic compounds derived from very long chain fatty acids. Wax biosynthesis begins with fatty acid synthesis in the ...

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CSIRO PUBLISHING Functional Plant Biology

2020-1-14  The chemical composition, crystal morphology and expression levels of associated genes involved in the cuticular wax of three pear cultivars ‘Housui’, ‘Cuiguan’ and ‘Yuluxiang’ after treatment with palmitic acid (PA), hexacosanoic acid (HA), ethephon and methyl jasmonate (Meja) were determined. A total of 59 cuticular wax compounds were detected across all samples. The wax

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Frontiers Advances in Biosynthesis, Regulation, and ...

2020-8-5  A layer of cuticular wax is deposited on the surface of terrestrial plants, which reduces the damage caused by environmental stress and maintains growth in a relatively stable internal environment. Apple cuticular wax is an important part of the fruit epidermis that plays an essential role in apple development, storage, and adaptation to environmental stress. The formation of cuticular wax has ...

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Maize MS2 encodes an ATP-binding cassette transporter

2021-4-20  Sealing plant surfaces: cuticular wax formation by epidermal cells Annu. Rev. Plant Biol. , 59 ( 2008 ) , pp. 683 - 707 CrossRef View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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Frontiers The cuticle and plant defense to pathogens ...

2014-6-13  The cuticle provides a physical barrier against water loss and protects against irradiation, xenobiotics, and pathogens. Components of the cuticle are perceived by invading fungi and activate developmental processes during pathogenesis. In

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