BioMed Central Plant Biology
Department of Biological Sciences
The ethylene receptor family of Arabidopsis consists of five members, falling into two subfamilies. Subfamily 1 is composed of ETR1 and ERS1, and subfamily 2 is composed of ETR2, ERS2, and EIN4. Although mutations have been isolated in the genes encoding all five family members, the only previous insertion allele of ERS1 (ers1-2) is a partial loss-of-function mutation based on our analysis. The purpose of this study was to determine the extent of signaling mediated by subfamily-1 ethylene receptors through isolation and characterization of null mutations.
Qu X, Hall BP, Gao Z, Schaller GE. A strong constitutive ethylene-response phenotype conferred on Arabidopsis plants containing null mutations in the ethylene receptors ETR1 and ERS1. BMC Plant Biol. 2007 Jan 15;7:3. doi: 10.1186/1471-2229-7-3. PMID: 17224067; PMCID: PMC1781942.
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Qu, Xiang; Hall, Brenda P.; Gao, Zhiyong; and Schaller, G. Eric, "A Strong Constitutive Ethylene-Response Phenotype Conferred on Arabidopsis Plants Containing Null Mutations in the Ethylene Receptors ETR1 and ERS1" (2007). Dartmouth Scholarship. 662.