AaORA, a trichome-specific AP2/ERF transcription factor of Artemisia annua, is a positive regulator in the artemisinin biosynthetic pathway and in disease resistance to Botrytis cinerea
Version of Record online: 1 MAR 2013
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Volume 198, Issue 4, pages 1191–1202, June 2013
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Lu, X., Zhang, L., Zhang, F., Jiang, W., Shen, Q., Zhang, L., Lv, Z., Wang, G. and Tang, K. (2013), AaORA, a trichome-specific AP2/ERF transcription factor of Artemisia annua, is a positive regulator in the artemisinin biosynthetic pathway and in disease resistance to Botrytis cinerea. New Phytologist, 198: 1191–1202. doi: 10.1111/nph.12207
- Issue online: 7 MAY 2013
- Version of Record online: 1 MAR 2013
- Manuscript Accepted: 30 JAN 2013
- Manuscript Received: 17 OCT 2012
- China ‘863’ Program. Grant Number: 2011AA100605
- China Transgenic Research Program. Grant Number: 2011ZX08002-001
- Ministry of Education
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Fig. S1 Phylogenetic tree showing the relationships between Artemisia annua ethylene-response factors (AaERFs) and other ERF proteins.
Fig. S2 Protein sequence alignment of AaORA with other similar transcription factors of APETALA2/ethylene-response factor (AP2/ERF) family (AP2/ERF) transcription factors.
Fig. S3 Nucleotide sequence of AaORA promoter region.
Fig. S4 β-Glucuronidase (GUS) staining of pCAMBIA1391Z transgenic Artemisia annua.
Fig. S5 Analysis of transgenic Artemisia annua plants by PCR.
Fig. S6 Artemisinin and dihydroartemisinic acid contents in different tissues of Artemisia annua plants.
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