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Receptor Kinase Interactions: Complexity of Signalling

  • Milena Roux
  • Cyril ZipfelEmail author
Chapter
Part of the Signaling and Communication in Plants book series (SIGCOMM, volume 13)

Abstract

Receptor-like kinases (RLKs) are signal detection systems used for myriad aspects of plant life, including growth, development and defense. RLKs are regulated by differential phosphorylation controlled by associated kinases and phosphatases. These regulators and other interactors control receptor localization and abundance to carefully balance signal perception and changes in downstream gene expression. RLK-mediated signalling is mediated initially by phosphorylation events occurring between proteins present in receptor complexes. The following chapter is a summary of our current knowledge on plant RLK signalling at the plasma membrane, highlighting some of the common principles evident in RLK complex composition.

Keywords

Shoot Apical Meristem Dwarf Phenotype Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer Analysis Plant RLKs Basal Daughter Cell 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

Abbreviations

AHA

Arabidopsis H+-ATPase

ARC1

ARM-repeat containing 1

BAK1

BRI1-associated RK 1

BAM

Barely any meristem

BIK1

Botrytis-induced kinase 1

BKI1

BRI1 kinase inhibitor 1

BRI1

Brassinosteroid insensitive 1

BSK

BR signalling kinase

CaM

Calmodulin

CLV

Clavata

CRN

Coryne

CZ

Central zone

DRM

Detergent-resistant membrane

Exo70A1

Exocyst subunit

FER

Feronia

HERK

Hercules

KAPP

Kinase-associated protein phosphatases

MLPK

M-locus protein kinase

OC

Organizing centre

PAMP

Pathogen-associated molecular pattern

PBL

PBS1-like

PZ

Peripheral zone

ROP

Rho GTPase

RPK2

Receptor-like protein kinase 2

RZ

Rib zone

SCD1

Stomatal cytokinesis defective 1

SNX1

Sorting nexin 1

SRK

S-locus protein kinase

THL1

Thioredoxin-h-like 1

TRIP-1

TGFbeta-interacting protein 1

TTL

Transthyretin-like

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  1. 1.University of CopenhagenCopenhagenDenmark
  2. 2.The Sainsbury LaboratoryNorwich Research ParkNorwichUK

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