A Golgi and tonoplast localized S-acyl transferase is involved in cell expansion, cell division, vascular patterning and fertility in Arabidopsis
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Qi, B., Doughty, J. and Hooley, R. (2013), A Golgi and tonoplast localized S-acyl transferase is involved in cell expansion, cell division, vascular patterning and fertility in Arabidopsis. New Phytologist, 200: 444–456. doi: 10.1111/nph.12385
- Issue online: 18 SEP 2013
- Version of Record online: 25 JUN 2013
- Manuscript Accepted: 23 MAY 2013
- Manuscript Received: 26 MAR 2013
- Biology and Biotechnology Research Council in the UK. Grant Number: P19863
- National Natural Science Foundation of China. Grant Number: 31170233
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Fig. S1 Full sequence alignment of AtPAT10 and other known DHHC-PATs.
Fig. S2 AtPAT10 secondary structure prediction.
Fig. S3 The expression of AtPAT10 in seedlings and mature Arabidopsis plant by RT-PCR.
Fig. S4 AtPAT10 expression in WT and atpat10 mutant plant leaves detected by RT-PCR.
Fig. S5 Seed germination and early seedling development were affected in atpat10-1 plants.
Fig. S6 Light microscopy images of cross-sections from the base of the primary inflorescence stem.
Fig. S7 AtPAT10 is localized in Golgi.
Table S1 Phenotypic analysis of Col-0 and atpat10-1
Table S2 Cell size and number
Table S3 Primers used in this study
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|nph12385-sup-0004-movieS1.avi||video/avi||25482K||Movie S1 AtPAT10-YFP is localized in the tonoplast.|
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|nph12385-sup-0006-movieS3.avi||video/avi||1879K||Movie S3 Staining with FM4-64 after 5 min.|
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