Displaying EIL Family from Sorghum


INFORMATION ABOUT EIL FAMILY

Mutations in the Arabidopsis ETHYLENE-INSENSITIVE3 (EIN3) gene severely limit a plant's response to the gaseous hormone ethylene. ein3 mutants show a loss of ethylene-mediated effects including gene expression, the triple response, cell growth inhibition, and accelerated senescence. EIN3 acts downstream of the histidine kinase ethylene receptor, ETR1, and the Raf-like kinase, CTR1. The EIN3 gene encodes a novel nuclear-localized protein that shares sequence similarity, structural features, and genetic function with three EIN3-LIKE (EIL) proteins. In addition to EIN3, EIL1 orEIL2 were able to complement ein3, suggesting their participation in the ethylene signaling pathway. Overexpression of EIN3 or EIL1 in wild-type or ethylene-insensitive2 plants conferred constitutive ethylene phenotypes, indicating their sufficiency for activation of the pathway in the absence of ethylene.


Protein Name
accepted / suggested
Gene Locus Synonym/
Gene Name
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SbEIL1 Sb01g036740 View in Browser
SbEIL2 Sb02g006580 View in Browser
SbEIL3 Sb02g028390 View in Browser
SbEIL4 Sb02g043350 View in Browser
SbEIL5 Sb04g023730 View in Browser
SbEIL6 Sb06g018710 View in Browser
SbEIL7 Sb07g027790 View in Browser