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- Astrid Wingler, University College London
- Catherine Potenski, BioMed Central
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CDKA2, a cyclin-dependent kinase (CDK) from a unicellular diatom, shows properties of a B-type CDK, a class of cell cycle progression proteins that were previously thought to be plant-specific.
Analysis of a family of core proteins from the RNA-induced silencing complex, Argonaute, reveals a dynamic evolutionary process that leads to the functional diversification of smRNA pathways in higher plants.
The composition and biochemistry of the cell wall and the genes underlying these traits can contribute to Fusarium head blight resistance in the important crop durum wheat.
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