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A key gene A regulating plant cell-wall recalcitrance and sugar release
ID: 201102642

A key gene A regulating plant cell-wall recalcitrance and sugar release

A key gene G regulating plant cell-wall recalcitrance and sugar release
ID: 201102648

A key gene G regulating plant cell-wall recalcitrance and sugar release

Allelic variants regulating cellulose, lignin biosynthesis and biomass sugar yield
ID: 201202906

Allelic variants regulating cellulose, lignin biosynthesis and biomass sugar yield

An EPSP Enzyme which Regulates Phenylpropanoid, Tyrosine and Tryptophan Pathways
ID: 201403346

An EPSP Enzyme which Regulates Phenylpropanoid, Tyrosine and Tryptophan Pathways

Key gene regulating plant cell wall recalcitrance
ID: 20160053275

This disclosure provides plants having desirable levels of lignin synthesis, sugar release, S/G ratio, and resistance to stress and pathogens; methods of selecting plants with such desirable levels of lignin synthesis, sugar release, S/G ratio, and resistance to stress and pathogens; methods of genetically modifying plants to modulate lignin synthesis, sugar release, S/G ratio, and resistance to stress and pathogens; and uses of such plants. The inventors have determined that the expression and/or activity of POPTR_0014s08530, a gene encoding an Angustifolia/CtBP transcription factor, modulates lignin synthesis, sugar release, S/G ratio, and resistance to stress and pathogens in plants. Plants with lignin synthesis, sugar release, S/G ratio, and resistance to stress and pathogens, based on modulation of the expression or activity of the POPTR_0014s08530 gene, have divergent uses including pulp and paper production, and ethanol/biofuel production.

Transcription Factor which regulates flavonoid, phenylpropanoid, tyrosine, and trypotophan pathways
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Transcription Factor which regulates flavonoid, phenylpropanoid, tyrosine, and trypotophan pathways

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