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The family of dehydrin genes has important roles in protecting higher plants against abiotic stress, such as drought, salinity and cold. However, knowledge about apple dehydrin gene family is limited. In the present study, we used a bioinformatics approach to identify members of that family in apple (Malus domestica). A total of 12 apple dehydrin genes(More)
In this paper we build a Software Defined Radio (SDR) testbed for the mobile broadcast system which using hierarchical modulation based on the USRP (Universal Software Radio Peripheral) platform. In hierarchical modulation, two separate data streams are modulated into one single stream. One stream, called the "High Priority" (HP) stream is embedded within a(More)
BACKGROUND Ascorbic acid (AsA) is a unique antioxidant as well as an enzyme cofactor. Although it has multiple roles in plants, it is unclear how its accumulation is controlled at the expression level, especially in sink tissues. Kiwifruit (Actinidia) is well-known for its high ascorbate content. Our objective was to determine whether AsA accumulates in the(More)
Both parallel MRI and compressed sensing (CS) are emerging techniques to accelerate conventional MRI by reducing the number of acquired data. The combination of parallel MRI and CS for further acceleration is of great interest. In this paper, we propose a novel method to combine sensitivity encoding (SENSE), one of the standard methods for parallel MRI, and(More)
The central nervous system has the capacity to activate profound neuroprotection following sub-lethal stress in a process termed preconditioning. To gain insight into this potent survival response we developed a functional cloning strategy that identified 31 putative neuroprotective genes of which 28 were confirmed to provide protection against(More)
The dehydration responsive element binding (DREB) transcription factor family is one of the most promising regulons for genetic engineering of plant responses to abiotic stresses. However, knowledge about apple DREB genes is limited. In the present study, we found, for the first time, 68 MdDREB genes that could be further classified into six subgroups(More)