Abiotic stress

Genomic identification of group A bZIP transcription factors and their responses to abiotic stress in carrot

F. Que, Wang, G. L., Huang, Y., Xu, Z. S., Wang, F., and Xiong, A. S., Genomic identification of group A bZIP transcription factors and their responses to abiotic stress in carrot, vol. 14, pp. 13274-13288, 2015.

The basic-region/leucine-zipper (bZIP) family is one of the major transcription factor (TF) families associated with responses to abiotic stresses. Many members of group A in this family have been extensively examined and are reported to perform significant functions in ABA signaling as well as in responses to abiotic stresses. In this study, 10 bZIP factors in carrot were classified into group A based on their DNA-binding domains. The cis-acting regulatory elements and folding states of these 10 factors were analyzed.

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