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I03.018 Philippe,R.N., Ralph,S.G., Kulheim,C., Jancsik,S.I. & Bohlmann,J. Poplar defense against insects: genome analysis, full-length cDNA cloning, and transcriptome and protein analysis of the poplar Kunitz-type protease inhibitor family New Phytol (2009) 184, 865-884. 2009 PubMed DOI Gene Expression
I03.018 Neiman,M., Olson,M.S. & Tiffin,P. Selective histories of poplar protease inhibitors: elevated polymorphism, purifying selection, and positive selection driving divergence of recent duplicates New Phytol (2009) 183, 740-750. 2009 PubMed DOI Mutation, allelic variant or polymorphism
I03.018 Major,I.T. & Constabel,C.P. Functional analysis of the Kunitz trypsin inhibitor family in poplar reveals biochemical diversity and multiplicity in defense against herbivores Plant Physiol (2008) 146, 888-903. 2008 PubMed DOI
I03.018 Talyzina,N.M. & Ingvarsson,P.K. Molecular evolution of a small gene family of wound inducible Kunitz trypsin inhibitors in Populus J Mol Evol (2006) 63, 108-119. 2006 PubMed DOI Review
I03.018 Haruta,M., Major,I.T., Christopher,M.E., Patton,J.J. & Constabel,C.P. A Kunitz trypsin inhibitor gene family from trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.): cloning, functional expression, and induction by wounding and herbivory Plant Mol Biol (2001) 46, 347-359. 2001 PubMed DOI Gene Expression
I03.018 Saarikoski,P., Clapham,D. & von Arnold,S. A wound-inducible gene from Salix viminalis coding for a trypsin inhibitor Plant Mol Biol (1996) 31, 465-478. 1996 PubMed
I03.018 Bradshaw,H.D., Jr., Hollick,J.B., Parsons,T.J., Clarke,H.R. & Gordon,M.P. Systemically wound-responsive genes in poplar trees encode proteins similar to sweet potato sporamins and legume Kunitz trypsin inhibitors Plant Mol Biol (1990) 14, 51-59. 1990 PubMed DOI Gene Expression
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