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Transcriptome analysis of tree peony during chilling requirement fulfillment: assembling, annotation and markers discovering.
Transcript Profiling of Paoenia ostii during Artificial Chilling Induced Dormancy Release Identifies Activation of GA Pathway and Carbohydrate Metabolism
Functional annotation of differentially-expressed genes revealed that cellular process, metabolic process, response to stimulus, regulation of biological process and development process were well-represented, and activation of GA pathway played a central role in the regulation of dormancy release in tree peony.
Identification of genomic regions determining flower and pod numbers development in soybean (Glycine max L.).
Fine mapping of a major flowering time QTL on soybean chromosome 6 combining linkage and association analysis
Results suggest that combining association and linkage mapping provides an efficient approach for fine mapping of soybean genes, and suggest that the target flowering time gene was located in ~300 kb between BARC-014947-01929 and Satt365.
Quantitative trait loci associated with soybean tolerance to low phosphorus stress based on flower and pod abscission
The results of this study will provide a basis for further fine mapping and eventual cloning of the P-efficiency genes in soybean.
Arabidopsis mitochondrial protein slow embryo development1 is essential for embryo development.
Isolation and Characterization of a SOC1-Like Gene from Tree Peony (Paeonia suffruticosa)
The results suggested that the PsSOC1 plays an evolutionarily conserved role in promoting flowering, and may serve as a vital target for the genetic manipulation of dormancy release and flowering time in tree peony.
Identification and characterization of microRNAs in tree peony during chilling induced dormancy release by high-throughput sequencing
- Yuxi Zhang, Yanyan Wang, Xuekai Gao, Chunying Liu, S. Gai
- Biology, MedicineScientific Reports
- 14 March 2018
This results would provide new molecular basis about dormancy release in tree peony and identify and characterize miRNAs in three libraries and classify them into four types by RT-qPCR.
MYC cis-Elements in PsMPT Promoter Is Involved in Chilling Response of Paeonia suffruticosa
The present study provides useful information for further investigation of the regulatory mechanism of PsMPT during the endo-dormancy release and confirmed that the MYC element was one of the key motifs responding to chilling in the Ps MPT promoter.
Application of 5-azacytidine induces DNA hypomethylation and accelerates dormancy release in buds of tree peony.