Mitochondrial invertase that cleaves sucrose into glucose and fructose and is involved in the regulation of multiple tissue development and floral transition. May generate glucose as a substrate for mitochondria-associated hexokinase, contributing to mitochondrial reactive oxygen species homeostasis.
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A/N-InvA is a neutral invertase that breaks sucrose down into fructose and glucose. It is member of the larger family of alkaline/neutral invertases (GH100). GFP-tagged A/N-InvA localizes to the mitochondria. atinva mutants have reduced root growth, reduced invertase activity, and increased expression of antioxidant genes under basal conditions. The levels of A/N-InvA transcripts rise in response to a hydrogen peroxide treatment.
Encodes an alkaline/neutral invertase which localizes in mitochondria. It may be modulating hormone balance in relation to the radicle emergence. Mutants display severely reduced shoot growth and reduced oxygen consumption. Mutant root development is not affected as reported for A/N-InvA mutant (inva) plants.
CINV1 / A/N-InvG is an alkaline/neutral invertase that breaks sucrose down into fructose and glucose (GH100). The exact localization of CINV1 remains under investigation but there is evidence that fluorescently-tagged CINV1 localizes to the cytoplasm. atinvg mutants have reduced root growth, reduced invertase activity, and increased expression of antioxidant genes under basal conditions. The levels of CINV1 / A/N-InvG transcripts rise in response to a hydrogen peroxide treatment. The protein has been shown to interact with PIP5K9.
CINV2 appears to function as a neutral invertase based on the phenotype of a cinv1(AT1G35580)/cinv2 double mutant. It is predicted to be a cytosolic enzyme. CINV1, CINV2, and possibly other cytosolic invertases may play an important role in supplying carbon from sucrose to non-photosynthetic tissues.
Encodes a chloroplast-targeted alkaline/neutral invertase that is implicated in the development of the photosynthetic apparatus and nitrogen assimilation in seedlings to control the sucrose to hexose ratio.
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