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Comprehensive analysis of NAC transcription factors uncovers their roles during fiber development and stress response in cotton

Transcription factors operate as important switches of transcription networks, and NAC (NAM, ATAF, and CUC) transcription factors are a plant-specific family involved in multiple biological processes. However, this gene family has not been systematically characterized in cotton.

5/5/2020 12:56:34 AM +00:00

Identification of a G2-like transcription factor, OsPHL3, functions as a negative regulator of flowering in rice by coexpression and reverse genetic analysis

Flowering time is a key trait for regional adaption and seed production in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Forward and reverse genetic studies have characterized a number of flowering-time genes. However, co-expression analysis has not been used to identify the flowering-time genes.

5/5/2020 12:56:27 AM +00:00

Comparative proteomic analysis of QTL CTS-12 derived from wild rice (Oryza rufipogon Griff.), in the regulation of cold acclimation and de-acclimation of rice (Oryza sativa L.) in response to severe chilling stress

Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is a thermophilic crop vulnerable to chilling stress. However, common wild rice (Oryza rufipogon Griff.) in Guangxi (China) has the ability to tolerate chilling stress.

5/5/2020 12:56:19 AM +00:00

Phytochrome B1-dependent control of SP5G transcription is the basis of the night break and red to far-red light ratio effects in tomato flowering

Phytochromes are dimeric proteins with critical roles in perceiving day length and the environmental signals that trigger flowering. Night break (NB) and the red to far-red light ratio (R:FR) have been used extensively as tools to study the photoperiodic control of flowering.

5/5/2020 12:56:13 AM +00:00

Investigation of mitochondrial-derived plastome sequences in the Paspalum lineage (Panicoideae; Poaceae)

The grass family (Poaceae), ca. 12,075 species, is a focal point of many recent studies that aim to use complete plastomes to reveal and strengthen relationships within the family. The use of Next Generation Sequencing technology has revealed intricate details in many Poaceae plastomes; specifically the trnI - trnL intergenic spacer region.

5/5/2020 12:56:06 AM +00:00

In silico insights on diverse interacting partners and phosphorylation sites of respiratory burst oxidase homolog (Rbohs) gene families from Arabidopsis and rice

NADPH oxidase (Nox) is a critical enzyme involved in the generation of apoplastic superoxide (O2 − ), a type of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and hence regulate a wide range of biological functions in many organisms.

5/5/2020 12:55:59 AM +00:00

Characterization of the hot pepper (Capsicum frutescens) fruit ripening regulated by ethylene and ABA

Ripening of fleshy fruits has been classically defined as climacteric or non-climacteric. Both types of ripening are controlled by plant hormones, notably by ethylene in climacteric ripening and by abscisic acid (ABA) in non-climacteric ripening.

5/5/2020 12:55:53 AM +00:00

Insights into the cotton anther development through association analysis of transcriptomic and small RNA sequencing

Plant anther development is a systematic and complex process precisely controlled by genes. Regulation genes and their regulatory mechanisms for this process remain elusive. In contrast to numerous researches on anther development with respect to mRNAs or miRNAs in many crops, the association analysis combining both omics has not been reported on cotton anther.

5/5/2020 12:55:46 AM +00:00

DNA barcoding of the genus Nepenthes (Pitcher plant): A preliminary assessment towards its identification

DNA barcoding is impending towards the generation of universal standards for species discrimination with a standard gene region that can be sequenced accurately and within short span of time. In this study, we were successful in developing efficient barcode locus in the Nepenthes genus.

5/5/2020 12:55:39 AM +00:00

Comparative root transcriptome of wild Arachis reveals NBS-LRR genes related to nematode resistance

The Root-Knot Nematode (RKN), Meloidogyne arenaria, significantly reduces peanut grain quality and yield worldwide. Whilst the cultivated species has low levels of resistance to RKN and other pests and diseases, peanut wild relatives (Arachis spp.) show rich genetic diversity and harbor high levels of resistance to many pathogens and environmental constraints.

5/5/2020 12:55:32 AM +00:00

RNA-seq analysis of lignocellulose-related genes in hybrid Eucalyptus with contrasting wood basic density

Wood basic density (WBD), the biomass of plant cell walls per unit volume, is an important trait for elite tree selection in kraft pulp production. Here, we investigated the correlation between WBD and wood volumes or wood properties using 98 open-pollinated, 2.4 to 2.8 year-old hybrid Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus urophylla x E. grandis). Transcript levels of lignocellulose biosynthesis-related genes were studied.

5/5/2020 12:55:25 AM +00:00

The antibiotic peptaibol alamethicin from Trichoderma permeabilises Arabidopsis root apical meristem and epidermis but is antagonised by cellulase-induced resistance to alamethicin

Trichoderma fungi live in the soil rhizosphere and are beneficial for plant growth and pathogen resistance. Several species and strains are currently used worldwide in co-cultivation with crops as a biocontrol alternative to chemical pesticides even though little is known about the exact mechanisms of the beneficial interaction.

5/5/2020 12:55:18 AM +00:00

Consensus genetic linkage map construction and QTL mapping for plant height-related traits in linseed flax (Linum usitatissimum L.)

Flax is an important field crop that can be used for either oilseed or fiber production. Plant height and technical length are important characters for flax. For linseed flax, plants usually have a short technical length and plant height than those for fiber flax.

5/5/2020 12:55:12 AM +00:00

Genome-wide analysis of genes encoding core components of the ubiquitin system in soybean (Glycine max) reveals a potential role for ubiquitination in host immunity against soybean cyst nematode

Ubiquitination is a major post-translational protein modification that regulates essentially all cellular and physiological pathways in eukaryotes. The ubiquitination process typically involves three distinct classes of enzymes, ubiquitin-activating enzyme (E1), ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme (E2) and ubiquitin ligase (E3).

5/5/2020 12:55:04 AM +00:00

Phosphorylation of Arabidopsis SINA2 by CDKG1 affects its ubiquitin ligase activity

SEVEN IN ABSENTIA (SINA) is a RING domain-containing ubiquitin ligase involved in Drosophila eye formation. SINA-like proteins in plants are involved in several signaling pathways.

5/5/2020 12:54:57 AM +00:00

Sucrose metabolism in developing oil-rich tubers of Cyperus esculentus: Comparative transcriptome analysis

Cyperus esculentus is unique in that it can accumulate significant amounts of oil, starch and sugar as major storage reserves in tubers with high tuber yield and therefore considered as a novel model to study carbon allocation into different storage reserves in underground sink tissues such as tubers and roots.

5/5/2020 12:54:50 AM +00:00

Arabidopsis thaliana ambient temperature responsive lncRNAs

Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) have emerged as new class of regulatory molecules in animals where they regulate gene expression at transcriptional and post-transcriptional level. Recent studies also identified lncRNAs in plant genomes, revealing a new level of transcriptional complexity in plants.

5/5/2020 12:54:43 AM +00:00

Molecular diversity and function of jasmintides from Jasminum sambac

Jasmintides jS1 and jS2 from Jasminum sambac were previously identified as a novel family of cysteine-rich peptides (CRPs) with an unusual disulfide connectivity. However, very little else is known about jasmintides, particularly their molecular diversity and functions.

5/5/2020 12:54:36 AM +00:00

Genomic prediction accuracy for switchgrass traits related to bioenergy within differentiated populations

Switchgrass breeders need to improve the rates of genetic gain in many bioenergy-related traits in order to create improved cultivars that are higher yielding and have optimal biomass composition.

5/5/2020 12:54:29 AM +00:00

Interactive effect of 24-epibrassinolide and silicon alleviates cadmium stress via the modulation of antioxidant defense and glyoxalase systems and macronutrient content in Pisum sativum L. seedlings

This study assessed the effects of 24-epibrassinolide (EBL, 10–7 M) and silicon (2 mM) on the alleviation of cadmium (Cd, 150 mg L–1 ) toxicity in Pisum sativum L. seedlings via the modulation of growth, antioxidant defense, glyoxalase system, and nutrient uptake.

5/5/2020 12:54:22 AM +00:00

Auxin controls circadian flower opening and closure in the waterlily

Flowers open at sunrise and close at sunset, establishing a circadian floral movement rhythm to facilitate pollination as part of reproduction. By the coordination of endogenous factors and environmental stimuli, such as circadian clock, photoperiod, light and temperature, an appropriate floral movement rhythm has been established; however, the underlying mechanisms remain unclear.

5/5/2020 12:54:14 AM +00:00

Temporal transcriptome profiling of developing seeds reveals a concerted gene regulation in relation to oil accumulation in Pongamia (Millettia pinnata)

Pongamia (Millettia pinnata syn. Pongamia pinnata), an oilseed legume species, is emerging as potential feedstock for sustainable biodiesel production. Breeding Pongamia for favorable traits in commercial application will rely on a comprehensive understanding of molecular mechanism regulating oil accumulation during its seed development.

5/5/2020 12:54:07 AM +00:00

Multiple morphogenic culture systems cause loss of resistance to cassava mosaic disease

Morphogenic culture systems are central to crop improvement programs that utilize transgenic and genome editing technologies. We previously reported that CMD2-type cassava (Manihot esculenta) cultivars lose resistance to cassava mosaic disease (CMD) when passed through somatic embryogenesis.

5/5/2020 12:53:59 AM +00:00

A missense mutation of plastid RPS4 is associated with chlorophyll deficiency in Chinese cabbage (Brassica campestris ssp. pekinensis)

Plastome mutants are ideal resources for elucidating the functions of plastid genes. Numerous studies have been conducted for the function of plastid genes in barley and tobacco; however, related information is limited in Chinese cabbage.

5/5/2020 12:53:52 AM +00:00

Auxin analysis using laser microdissected plant tissues sections

Quantitative measurement of actual auxin levels in plant tissue is complimentary to molecular methods measuring the expression of auxin related genes. Current analytical methods to quantify auxin have pushed the limit of detection to where auxin can be routinely quantified at the pictogram (pg) level, reducing the amount of tissue needed to perform these kinds of studies to amounts never imagined a few years ago.

5/5/2020 12:53:44 AM +00:00

Genetic diversity analysis of cultivated and wild grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) accessions around the Mediterranean basin and Central Asia

The mountainous region between the Caucasus and China is considered to be the center of domestication for grapevine. Despite the importance of Central Asia in the history of grape growing, information about the extent and distribution of grape genetic variation in this region is limited in comparison to wild and cultivated grapevines from around the Mediterranean basin.

5/5/2020 12:53:38 AM +00:00

Integration of proteomic and transcriptomic profiles reveals multiple levels of genetic regulation of salt tolerance in cotton

Salinity is a major abiotic stress that limits upland cotton growth and reduces fibre production worldwide. To reveal genetic regulation via transcript and protein levels after salt stress, we comprehensively analysed the global changes in mRNA, miRNA, and protein profiles in response to salt stress in two contrasting salt-tolerant cotton genotypes.

5/5/2020 12:53:30 AM +00:00

TM8 represses developmental timing in Nicotiana benthamiana and has functionally diversified in angiosperms

MADS-box genes are key regulators of plant reproductive development and members of most lineages of this gene family have been extensively studied. However, the function and diversification of the ancient TM8 lineage remains elusive to date.

5/5/2020 12:53:22 AM +00:00

Comparative analysis of binding patterns of MADS-domain proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana

Correct flower formation requires highly specific temporal and spatial regulation of gene expression. In Arabidopsis thaliana the majority of the master regulators that determine flower organ identity belong to the MADS-domain transcription factor family.

5/5/2020 12:53:16 AM +00:00

COP9 signalosome subunit 5A affects phenylpropanoid metabolism, trichome formation and transcription of key genes of a regulatory tri-protein complex in Arabidopsis

Trichomes and phenylpropanoid-derived phenolics are structural and chemical protection against many adverse conditions. Their production is regulated by a network that includes a TTG1/bHLH/MYB tri-protein complex in Arabidopsis.

5/5/2020 12:53:09 AM +00:00