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    U-box E3 ligase genes play specific roles in protein degradation by post-translational modification in plant signaling pathways, developmental stages, and stress responses; however, little is known about U-box E3 genes in wheat. We identified 213 U-box E3 genes in wheat based on U-box and other functional domains in their genome sequences. The U-box E3 genes were distributed among 21 chromosomes and most showed high sequence homology with homoeologous U-box E3 genes. Synteny analysis of wheat U-box E3 genes was conducted with other plant species such as Brachypodium distachyon, barley, rice, Triricum uratu, and Aegilops tauschii. A total of 209 RNA-seq samples representing 22 tissue types, from grain, root, leaf, and spike samples across multiple time points, were analyzed for clustering of U-box E3 gene expression during developmental stages, and the genes responded differently in various tissues and developmental stages. In addition, expression analysis of U-box E3 genes under abiotic stress, including drought, heat, and both heat and drought, and cold conditions, was conducted to provide information on U-box E3 gene expression under specific stress conditions. This analysis of U-box E3 genes could provide valuable information to elucidate biological functions for a better understanding of U-box E3 genes in wheat.

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    Dae Yeon Kim, Yong Jin Lee, Min Jeong Hong, Jae Ho Kim, Yong Weon Seo. Genome Wide Analysis of U-Box E3 Ubiquitin Ligases in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). International journal of molecular sciences. 2021 Mar 07;22(5)


    PMID: 33800063

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