Highlights

Microbial volatile-induced accumulation of exceptionally high levels of starch in Arabidopsis leaves is a process involving NTRC and starch synthase Classes III and IV
Jun Li, Ignacio Ezquer, Abdellatif Bahaji, Manuel Montero, Miroslav Ovecka, Edurne Baroja-Fernández, Francisco José Muñoz, Ángel Mérida, Goizeder Almagro, Maite Hidalgo, María Teresa Sesma, and Javier Pozueta-Romero
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 24: 1165-1178 (2011)
(L2G4) Regulación del metabolismo del almidón en plantas superiores
Starch granule initiation in Arabidopsis requires the presence of either Class IV or Class III starch synthase
Szydlowski, N., Ragel, P., Raynaud, S., Lucas, M.M., Roldán, I., Montero, M., Muñoz, F.J., Ovecka, M., Bahaji, A., Planchot, V., Pozueta-Romero, J., D’Hulst, C., and Á. Mérida
Arabidopsis plants deficient in plastidial glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase show alterations in abscisic acid signal transduction: interaction between ABA and primary metabolism
Muñoz-Bertomeu, J., Bermúdez, M.A., Segura, J., Ros, R
Journal of Experimental Botany 62: 1229-1239 (2011)
(L2G3) Metabolismo de cisteína y señalización
Overexpression of an exogenous phytoene synthase gene in the unicellular alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii leads to an increase in the content of carotenoids
Couso I, Vila M, Vargas MA, Rodríguez H, León R
Effect of crowding on the electron transfer process from plastocyanin and cytochrome c6 to photosystem-I: a comparative study from cyanobacteria to green algae
Manuel Hervás and José A. Navarro