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The accumulation of AHA2 in intracellular compartments is consistent with reduced H(+) secretion near the transition zone and the suppression of root growth.
Under low-phosphorus stress conditions, AHA2 acts mainly to modulate primary root elongation by mediating H+ efflux in the root elongation zone, whereas AHA7 plays an important role in root hair formation by mediating H+ efflux in the root hair zone.
the PM proton pump AHA2 (Arabidopsis plasma membrane H(+) -ATPase isoform 2) is important for root growth and development during different nitrogen regimes.
The major plasma membrane proton pumps in Arabidopsis, AHA1 and AHA2, interact directly in vitro and in planta with PSY1R, a receptor kinase of the plasma membrane that serves as a receptor for the peptide growth hormone PSY1.
AHA2 is activated by lysophospholipids directly via a mechanism involving N-and C- terminal domains.
analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana plasma membrane H(+)-ATPase isoform 2 reconstituted into soluble nanoscale lipid bilayers, also termed nanodiscs
Asn-106 is important for closure of the proton entrance pathway prior to proton translocation across the membrane in AHA2
ABA has no effect on blue light-induced phosphorylation of the H+-ATPase in ABA-insensitive mutants
AHA2 and Na+,K+-ATPase crystals were both highly fragile and sensitive to manipulation, resulting in only low-resolution heavy-atom derivative data sets being available for phasing (6-9 A degrees maximum resolution).
These results suggest that PKS5 is part of a calcium-signaling pathway mediating PM H+ -ATPase regulation.
first structure of a P-type proton pump (AHA2) determined by X-ray crystallography
the rhizosphere acidification in response to Fe deficiency is chiefly mediated by AHA2...
Results indicate that protein RIN4 functions with the PM H(+)-ATPase to regulate stomatal apertures, inhibiting the entry of bacterial pathogens into the plant leaf during infection.
The plasma membrane H(+) ATPase of plants and fungi generates a proton gradient that drives the active transport of nutrients by H(+)-symport. The resulting external acidification and/or internal alkinization may mediate growth responses.