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- Elizabeth Jean Finnegan, CSIRO
- Jim Leebens-Mack, University of Georgia
- Sheila McCormick, University of California, Berkeley
- Kay Schneitz, Technische Universität München
- Astrid Wingler, University College London
- Catherine Potenski, BioMed Central
Gene expression inheritance patterns in hybrid Arabidopsis plants are affected by transposable elements, mRNA levels and short sense strand RNA fragments, contibuting to hybrids' unique biology.
Leucine-rich repeat extension proteins contribute to plant growth by affecting cell wall development and mutations in these extracellular proteins perturb cell wall structure.
UV or silver nitrate exposure causes extensive transcriptional changes in the model extremophile crucifer Eutrema salsuginea and allows for identification of candidate anti-stress genes.
The appearance, nutritional value and chlorophyll content of leafy green vegetables are preserved by maintaining daily light and dark rhythms after the crops have been harvested.
Tetraploidization in citrus is accompanied by many metabolic and transcriptional changes, including an increase in stress-related primary metabolites in leaves and up-regulation of stress-response genes.
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