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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : BAM / beta-amylase

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Abbreviation:   BAM  (>> Co-occurring Abbreviation)
Long Form:   beta-amylase
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2019 Expression patterns of alpha-amylase and beta-amylase genes provide insights into the molecular mechanisms underlying the responses of tea plants (Camellia sinensis) to stress and postharvest processing treatments. AMY
2019 Transcriptomic and evolutionary analyses of white pear (Pyrus bretschneideri) beta-amylase genes reveals their importance for cold and drought stress responses. WGD
2018 Review: The Arabidopsis beta-amylase (BAM) gene family: Diversity of form and function. ---
2017 Arabidopsis beta-Amylase2 Is a K+-Requiring, Catalytic Tetramer with Sigmoidal Kinetics. ---
2016 Lineage-Specific Evolutionary Histories and Regulation of Major Starch Metabolism Genes during Banana Ripening. AGPases, AMY, DBE, SBE, SS
2014 beta-Amylase1 and beta-amylase3 are plastidic starch hydrolases in Arabidopsis That Seem to Be Adapted for Different Thermal, pH, and stress conditions. ---
2014 PtrBAM1, a beta-amylase-coding gene of Poncirus trifoliata, is a CBF regulon member with function in cold tolerance by modulating soluble sugar levels. ---
2014 The Enzyme-Like Domain of Arabidopsis Nuclear beta-Amylases Is Critical for DNA Sequence Recognition and Transcriptional Activation. ---
2010 The gene encoding the catalytically inactive beta-amylase BAM4 involved in starch breakdown in Arabidopsis leaves is expressed preferentially in vascular tissues in source and sink organs. GUS, Luc
10  2009 Catalytically-inactive beta-amylase BAM4 required for starch breakdown in Arabidopsis leaves is a starch-binding-protein. ---
11  2008 Beta-AMYLASE4, a noncatalytic protein required for starch breakdown, acts upstream of three active beta-amylases in Arabidopsis chloroplasts. ---