Chrysanthemum indicum

Cloning and characterization of ChiMYB in Chrysanthemum indicum with an emphasis on salinity stress tolerance

M. He, Wang, H., Liu, Y. Z., Gao, W. J., Gao, Y. H., Wang, F., Zhou, Y. W., He, M., Wang, H., Liu, Y. Z., Gao, W. J., Gao, Y. H., Wang, F., and Zhou, Y. W., Cloning and characterization of ChiMYB in Chrysanthemum indicum with an emphasis on salinity stress tolerance, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

v-myb avianmyeloblastosis viral oncogene homolog (MYB) transcription factors are key regulators of stress responsive gene expression in plants. In this study, the MYB gene, ChiMYB (GenBank accession No. KT948997), was isolated from Chrysanthemum indicum, and was functionally characterized with an emphasis on salinity stress tolerance. The full ChiMYB cDNA sequence (948 bp) encoded a typical R2R3 MYB transcription factor that contained 315 amino acid residues and two MYB domains. The temporal expression pattern of ChiMYB was noted in C.

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