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Gene Mining for Proline Based Signaling Proteins in Cell Wall of Arabidopsis thaliana

Muhammad Z. Ihsan, Samina J. N. Ahmad, Zahid Hussain Shah, Hafiz M. Rehman, Zubair Aslam, Ishita Ahuja, Atle M. Bones, Jam N. Ahmad
2017 Frontiers in Plant Science  
The mined genes were categorized into five classes on the basis of the type of PRPs encoded in the cell wall of Arabidopsis thaliana.  ...  We review the domain structure and function of each class of protein, many with respect to the developmental stages of the plant.  ...  The AGPs attached to FIGURE 3 | Gene and interaction networks for molecular functioning of genes involved in regulation of proline based cell wall proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpls.2017.00233 pmid:28289422 pmcid:PMC5326801 fatcat:mpjjnxtpmzc2zddwbjijfrqq3i

Page 973 of Genetics Vol. 173, Issue 2 [page]

2006 Genetics  
DEAN, 2003 Analysis of the molecular basis of flowering time variation in Arabidopsis accessions. Plant Physiol. 132: 1107-1114. GENDALL, A. R., Y. Y. Levy, A. Witson and C.  ...  Amasino, 1993 Analysis of naturally occurring late flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana. Mol. Gen. Genet. 237: 171-176.  ... 

Visual Analysis of Transcriptome Data in the Context of Anatomical Structures and Biological Networks

Astrid Junker, Hendrik Rohn, Falk Schreiber
2012 Frontiers in Plant Science  
In order to illustrate the presented methods, the tool HIVE was applied for visualization and exploration of databaseretrieved expression data for master regulators of Arabidopsis thaliana flower and seed  ...  development in the context of corresponding tissue-specific regulatory networks.  ...  In the following, expression profiles of Arabidopsis homeotic genes are visualized as colored image segments of the Arabidopsis flower in the context of a gene-regulatory network.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpls.2012.00252 pmid:23162564 pmcid:PMC3498740 fatcat:mwoancvkjrfn3atmblp3mkfu5a

The evolution of flower development: current understanding and future challenges

Annette Becker, Karine Alix, Catherine Damerval
2011 Annals of Botany  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Dr Hélène Citerne for fruitful discussions on flower evo-devo, and for critical reading of an earlier draft of this manuscript. LITERATURE CITED  ...  Thus, the regulation of flower development in plants distant from arabidopsis might involve genes that are not merely orthologs to A. thaliana genes, and/or the regulatory networks may be different.  ...  (2011) address the question of the evolutionary role of carpeloidy, by comparing the hermaphrodite flowers of Carica papaya and the superman1 mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana, which both display stamen-to-carpel  ... 
doi:10.1093/aob/mcr122 pmid:21793247 pmcid:PMC3108812 fatcat:dqoleaiku5dbfl7rutea7x3zay

Plant Developmental Biology in Spain: from the origins to our days and prospects for the future

Jose-Pio Beltran
2009 International Journal of Developmental Biology  
, molecular biology and genetics, and also to Drosophila developmental biology, which influenced, often unintentionally, the pioneers of this field.  ...  of research, iii) the incorporation of technological breakthroughs into laboratories and iv ) the carrying out of cooperative research by means of networking.  ...  As I said at the beginning of the molecular genetic analysis of flower development there were two plant model systems that were amenable to this kind of analysis: Antirrhinum majus and Arabidopsis thaliana  ... 
doi:10.1387/ijdb.072456jb pmid:19247931 fatcat:v2lhr7kldrg6ld5nbtsydiyogy

The Knowledge Representation Of The Genetic Regulatory Networks Based On Ontology

Ines Hamdi, Mohamed Ben Ahmed
2009 Zenodo  
The interest of our model is to represent the spatial, temporal and spatio-temporal knowledge. We validated our propositions in the genetic regulatory network of the Aarbidosis thaliana flower  ...  The goal of our work is to understand the behaviors of the interactions networks and to model their evolution in time and in space.  ...  The interaction network of Arabidopsis Thaliana flower (Fig. 2) found in [8] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1076877 fatcat:6r5p3vn5ijaonk23itmk3s6cs4

Generation of Self-Incompatible Arabidopsis thaliana by Transfer of Two S Locus Genes from A. lyrata

M. E. Nasrallah
2002 Science  
impart self-incompatibility phenotype in self-fertile Arabidopsis thaliana, which lacks functional orthologs of these genes.  ...  This successful complementation demonstrates that the signaling cascade leading to inhibition of self-related pollen was maintained in A. thaliana.  ...  the Brassica SRK protein in A. thaliana stigmas or its inability to interact productively with Arabidopsis-derived downstream targets.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.1072205 pmid:12114625 fatcat:ggqtii7mlbbbdgu4zpym6vej5m

Global analysis of the LEAFY transcriptional network: Transitioning to reproductive development in Arabidopsis thaliana

Cara Winter, Doris Wagner
2008 Developmental Biology  
The transition from vegetative to reproductive development in Arabidopsis thaliana involves the integration of multiple environmental and endogenous cues and the translation of these cues into the developmental  ...  Analysis of the genetic, molecular, cell biology and biochemical interactions between these genes has led to the elucidation of a genetic network regulating axillary meristem initiation in the maize inflorescence  ...  The transition from vegetative to reproductive development in Arabidopsis thaliana involves the integration of multiple environmental and endogenous cues and the translation of these cues into the developmental  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ydbio.2008.05.465 fatcat:6blbljcavzgxro6uzpmftuag3m


Yoshibumi Komeda
2004 Annual Review of Plant Biology  
of flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana.  ...  Although the ecotypes used in the laboratory of Arabidopsis thaliana flower earlier, many ecotypes flower very late or require the cold treatment, vernalization.  ...  Activation of a floral homeotic gene in  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.arplant.55.031903.141644 pmid:15377230 fatcat:j6ymznnwe5ctdpe6mffvx6naci

Flower Development and Photoperiodic Control of Flowering in Rice

Chao XIANG, Li-jun QU, Yong-ming GAO, Ying-yao SHI
2013 Rice Science  
In this review, we overviewed and discussed the flower development and its model.  ...  We also overviewed the photoperiodic pathways in rice flowering control, and summarized the pathways at molecular level.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Dr Judy LEE (Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China) for her comments on this review. The study was funded by the National  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1672-6308(13)60112-2 fatcat:tnlx4si2nfex7jplsddbdswxum

Functional Mapping of Plant Growth in Arabidopsis thaliana [chapter]

Kaiyue Liu, Wenhao Bo, Lina Wang, Rongling Wu, Libo Jiang
2018 Next Generation Plant Breeding  
In this study, we used functional mapping to identify those QTLs that affect height growth in 10th generation recombinant inbred lines derived from two different Arabidopsis thaliana accessions.  ...  Our findings provide unique insights into the genetic control of height growth of A. thaliana and will provide a theoretical basis for the study of complex traits.  ...  Acknowledgements This work is supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (grant 31700576) and grant 201404102 from the State Administration of Forestry of China.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.74424 fatcat:kcxkvtbwzbd7neje3uy4zrlrxm

Flowering and Plant Development at the 38th Spanish Society of Genetics Congress, Murcia, 2011

Pedro Madrigal
2011 Journal of Plant Growth Regulation  
Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial License which permits any noncommercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided  ...  Acknowledgments The author gratefully acknowledges José Luis Micol, Monserrat Elías, Paweł Krajewski, and Santiago Torres for helpful comments, and the financial support of the EU Marie Curie ITN SYSFLO  ...  Carlos Alonso-Blanco (Centro Nacional de Biotecnología, Madrid) gave the talk ''Molecular, genetic and ecological basis of natural variation for the initiation of flower development in Arabidopsis thaliana  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00344-011-9241-9 pmid:26069394 pmcid:PMC4459658 fatcat:wzxhzow4hvg5vak466rogrkhwq

Transcription Factors and MicroRNA Interplay: A New Strategy for Crop Improvement [chapter]

Sumit Jangra, Vrantika Chaudhary, Neelam R. Yadav
2018 Transcriptional and Post-transcriptional Regulation  
of action and interactions among transcription factors (TFs) and miRNA networks culminating in improving key agronomic traits for crop improvement to meet the future global food demands.  ...  The combinatorial regulation of transcription factors and miRNAs guides the appropriate implementation of biological events and developmental processes.  ...  The complete spectrum of miRNA and their interactions with transcription factors need to be considered in order to study regulatory interactions at particular developmental times or in a tissue specific  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.75942 fatcat:vtgga7fqlbhl7kzgt7hckf65m4

Rediscovering natural flowering

Kayla McCarthy, Seth J. Davis
2018 Nature Plants  
In nature the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana has a cosmopolitan distribution.  ...  In this issue the Imaizumi group explicitly examines the molecular-genetic responses of A. thaliana flowering time to explain the developmental difference of controlled compared to field growth [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41477-018-0267-x pmid:30250276 fatcat:b6jiwky53nedxddg422fpsyzf4

Historical perspectives on plant developmental biology

Mieke Van Lijsebettens, Marc Van Montagu
2005 International Journal of Developmental Biology  
(A) Wild-type Arabidopsis thaliana flower.  ...  molecular analysis and the study of their genetic interactions in order to build genetic models for a given process (reviewed for Arabidopsis by Somerville and Koornneef, 2002; Van Lijsebettens et al  ... 
doi:10.1387/ijdb.041927ml pmid:16096956 fatcat:76iyq5y5bvesbclgfzcrm7zuoy
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