Zm00001d044631 (GRMZM2G319965)


Aliases : GRMZM2G319965

Description : 17.2.1 hormone metabolism.auxin.synthesis-degradation A UDP-glucose transferase localized in the phragmoplast. It has been co-purified with the callose synthase complex and may transfer UDP-glucose from sucrose synthase to the callose synthase and thus help form a substrate channel for the synthesis of callose at the forming cell plate. Induced by salicylic acid. Independent of NPR1 for their induction by salicylic acid. UGT1 encodes a protein with glucosyltransferase activity with high sequence homology to UGT2 (AT1G05530). It belongs to an UGT subfamily that binds UDP-glucose but not UDP-glucuronate, UDP-galactose, or UDP-rhamnose as the glycosyl donor. UGT1 was shown to be able to use abscisic acid as glycosylation substrate in the presence of UDP-glucose. UGT1/UGT75B1 catalyzes the formation of the p-aminobenzoate-glucose ester in vitro and in vivo. It appears to be the enzyme predominantly responsible for pABA-Glc formation in Arabidopsis based on assays in leaves, flowers, and siliques. UDP-glucosyltransferase 75B1 (UGT75B1)


Gene families : OG_01_0000839 (Gene family) Phylogenetic Tree(s): OG0000839_tree

Sequence : coding (download), protein (download)


Attention: This gene has low abundance.


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Type Description Actions
Neighborhood HRR network (cutoff 100): Zm00001d044631

Target Alias Description ECC score Gene Family Method Actions
GSVIVT01017303001 No alias 26.2 misc.UDP glucosyl and glucoronyl transferases... 0.01 Gene family
GSVIVT01031592001 No alias 26.2 misc.UDP glucosyl and glucoronyl transferases The... 0.02 Gene family

Type GO Term Name Evidence Source
MF GO:0016758 transferase activity, transferring hexosyl groups IEA InterProScan
Type GO Term Name Evidence Source

No Predicted GO terms available for this sequence

InterPro domains Description Start Stop
IPR002213 UDP_glucos_trans 298 449
No external refs found!