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Moreover, below drought strain, the expression of UGT74E2 (E. Transgenic Res 2006, 15:13-19. 32. Ye X, Al-Babili S, Kloti A, Zhang UDP-glucosyltransferase) in Arabidopsis thaliana can increase the rooting capacity and alter anthotaxy traits by regulating IBA and NAA activities, thereby enhancing resistance against drought and salt stress . Studies of the poplar transcriptome under salt pressure have shown some glucose glucosyltransferase genes expressed, title= geronb/gbp074 suggesting that such genes are involved in the salt tension resistance response in plants . The ERF (ethylene-responsive aspect) transcription variables belong towards the plant AP2/EREBP (APETALA2/ethylene-responsive element banding protein) superfamily  and play important roles in regulating growth, improvement, and pressure response. title= j.addbeh.2012.ten.012 One example is, exogenous JERF expression activates the expression of a large quantity of downstream genes that function in strain resistance and aids raise resistance against salt, drought, and low temperature tension by activating numerous stress-related cisacting components in transgenic tobacco plants [57,58]. We previously demonstrated that exogenous JERF36 drastically improves the salt tolerance of transgenic poplar (P. alba ?Populus berolinensis) . Prior physiological greenhouse tests have shown that overexpression of JERF36 in D5-20 beneath salt strain can regulate instantaneous water use efficiency (iWUE) and root growth, as a result enhancing salt resistance . Inside the present study, 14 AP2/ERF transcription components in D5-20 had been identified to be differentially expressed, such as 11 that had been up-regulated and three that were down-regulated. Among these,.Including carbohydrates (monosaccharides, oligosaccharides, polysaccharides), non-carbohydrates (proteins, lipids, antibiotics, plant hormones, plant toxins, and other people), some exogenous substances (herbicides and pesticides), and so on . Glycosyltransferase are consequently believed to be involved inside the tolerance of plants to biotic and abiotic stresses. By way of example, overexpression of UGT73C5 in transgenic Arabidopsis can enhance the resistance against fungal toxins . Furthermore, beneath drought tension, the expression of UGT74E2 (UDP-glucosyltransferase) in Arabidopsis thaliana can enhance the rooting capacity and alter anthotaxy traits by regulating IBA and NAA activities, thereby enhancing resistance against drought and salt anxiety . In the present study, several glycosyltransferase-related genes have been differentially expressed, like six UDP-glucuronosyl/ UDP-glucosyl transferase genes (4 up-regulated and two down-regulated), 4 galacturonosyl transferase genes (one particular up-regulated and down-regulated), 1 UDPglucose 4-epimerase/UDP-sulfoquinovose synthase geneZhang et al. BMC Genetics 2014, 15(Suppl 1):S7 http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2156/15/S1/SPage 11 of(up-regulated), 4 plant glycosyltransferase genes, two glycosyl hydrolase genes, two glucanase genes, two fructose bisphosphate aldolase genes, and so on (downregulated). In accordance with KOG functional classification, these genes mostly function in energy production and conversion, carbohydrate transport and metabolism, and cell wall/membrane/envelope biogenesis. The phenomena of up-regulation and down-regulation of equivalent glycosyltransferase genes might be as a result of the fact that unique protein goods are encoded by such genes, or that they've distinct catalytic substrates. By way of example, phylogenetic evaluation of six UDP-glucuronosyl/UDP glycosyltransferase genes revealed that the amino acid sequences within a single group have been identical in two up-regulated genes (Potri.017G052400 and Potri.017G052000), and also the other two up-regulated genes had been within a group too. These variations could generate distinctive catalytic activities or distinctive catalytic substrates within the enzyme.