Plant Receptor Kinases: From Molecules to Environment

Cell surface receptor kinases (RKs) are one of the major components used by plants to rapidly translate extracellular signals into appropriate intracellular responses to changing environmental and developmental conditions. This meeting highlights recent developments in our understanding of RKs, from their evolution, the pathways they are involved in to the molecular details underlying their function (e.g. post-translational modifications, structure, cell biology).
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membrane proteins, plant biology, basic, biochemistry, signaling

8 Feb - 13 Feb 2015
Taos
United States of America
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