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Low-oxygen (hypoxia) stress associated with natural phenomena such as waterlogging, results in widespread transcriptome changes and a metabolic switch from aerobic respiration to anaerobic fermentation. High-throughput sequencing of small RNA libraries obtained from hypoxia-treated and control root tissue identified a total of 65 unique microRNA (miRNA)(More)
Small ribonucleic acids (smRNA) have been identified as important post-transcriptional regulators of gene expression. One important class of smRNA implicated in stress responses are natural antisense short interfering RNA (natsiRNA). These natsiRNAs are generated from two overlapping mRNA that are processed into short-interfering RNAs and target(More)
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