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Natural selection and climate change: temperature‐linked spatial and temporal trends in gene frequency in Fagus sylvatica
Rapid increases in global temperature are likely to impose strong directional selection on many plant populations, which must therefore adapt if they are to survive. Within populations,Expand
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Expression of a maize cell wall hydroxyproline-rich glycoprotein gene in early leaf and root vascular differentiation.
The spatial pattern of expression for a maize gene encoding a hydroxyproline-rich glycoprotein (HRGP) was determined by in situ hybridization. During normal development of roots and leaves, theExpand
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Reme1, a Copia retrotransposon in melon, is transcriptionally induced by UV light
For the first time, numerous sequences of Copia and Gypsy retrotransposons from the Cucumis melo genome have been obtained and analyzed. Phylogenetic analyses of sequences of both types of longExpand
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Simulated climate change provokes rapid genetic change in the Mediterranean shrub Fumana thymifolia
Rapid climate change will impose strong directional selection pressures on natural plant populations. Climate-linked genetic variation in natural populations indicates that an evolutionary responseExpand
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What makes Grande1 retrotransposon different
Grande1 elements constitute a family of Ty3 retrotransposons present in the Zea genus in more than 1000 copies in Zea diploperennis and maize. the sequences of three Grande1 flanking regions, twoExpand
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CIRE1, a novel transcriptionally active Ty1-copia retrotransposon from Citrus sinensis
LTR retrotransposons (LTR-RTNs) are widespread constituents of eukaryote genomes, particularly plant genomes. Although LTR-RTNs from plants were thought to be transcriptionally silent in somaticExpand
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Induction of mRNA accumulation corresponding to a gene encoding a cell wall hydroxyproline-rich glycoprotein by fungal elicitors
The Hrgp (hydroxyproline-rich glycoprotein) gene codes in maize for one of the most abundant proteins of the cell wall. HRGPs may contribute to the structural support of the wall and they have alsoExpand
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What makes Grande1 retrotransposon different?
Grande1 elements constitute a family of Ty3 retrotransposons present in the Zea genus in more than 1000 copies in Zea diploperennis and maize. The sequences of three Grande1 flanking regions, twoExpand
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Subcellular localization of glutelin-2 in maize (Zea mays L.) endosperm
Accumulation of the 28 KD protein of the glutelin-(G2) fraction was followed in developing maize endosperm, using sodium dodecylsulphate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) and peakExpand
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The sequence of a hydroxyproline-rich glycoprotein gene from Sorghum vulgare
Cell wall hydroxyproline-rich glycoproteins (HRGPs) constitute a family of proteins found as structural components in the plant primary cell walls [ 1 ]. These proteins are characterized by the highExpand
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