Detailed gene information

Genes [306]




SUC9
SUCROSE-PROTON SYMPORTER 9
TAIR: AT5G06170
UNIPROT: Q9FG00
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Publications

Sauer N et al., 2004, Plant J.
Sivitz A B et al., 2007, Plant Physiol.
Reinders A et al., 2012, Front Plant Sci

Appears in the following schemes

Sugar pathway

Protein function

Encodes a sucrose symporter.

Phenotype

Single mutant:
suc9 single mutant is late flowering under SD conditions only. [Sivitz et al., 2007]

Function:
High-affinity sucrose transporter. Responsible for the transport of sucrose into the cell, with the concomitant uptake of protons (symport system). Can also transport a wide range of glucosides, such as helicin, salicin, arbutin, maltose, fraxin, esculin, uranose, alpha-methylglucoside, alpha-phenylglucoside and beta-phenylglucoside. Plays a role in flowering time transition delay. [Data from UniProt]

Regulators, targets and interactors

Downstream actors


Upstream actors


Protein-protein interactions


SUC9 interaction network

Downstream and upstream flowering-related genes

Physical interactions with other flowering-related proteins