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Nitro-Fatty Acids in Plant Signaling: Nitro-Linolenic Acid Induces the Molecular Chaperone Network in Arabidopsis1[OPEN]
Endogenous nitro-fatty acids support signaling in defense against abiotic-stress. Nitro-fatty acids (NO2-FAs) are the product of the reaction between reactive nitrogen species derived of nitric oxideExpand
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Tolerance of olive (Olea europaea) cv Frantoio to Verticillium dahliae relies on both basal and pathogen-induced differential transcriptomic responses.
Verticillium wilt of olive (VWO) is one of the most serious biotic constraints for this tree crop. Our knowledge of the genetics of the tolerance/resistance to this disease is very limited. Here weExpand
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Early and delayed long-term transcriptional changes and short-term transient responses during cold acclimation in olive leaves
Low temperature severely affects plant growth and development. To overcome this constraint, several plant species from regions having a cool season have evolved an adaptive response, called coldExpand
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Transcriptomic profiling of linolenic acid-responsive genes in ROS signaling from RNA-seq data in Arabidopsis
Linolenic acid (Ln) released from chloroplast membrane galactolipids is a precursor of the phytohormone jasmonic acid (JA). The involvement of this hormone in different plant biological processes,Expand
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Identification of a gene involved in the juvenile-to-adult transition (JAT) in cultivated olive trees
The juvenile-to-adult transition is a complex and poorly understood process in plant development required to reach reproductive competence. For woody plants, knowledge of this transition is evenExpand
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Transcriptomic Analyses on the Role of Nitric Oxide in Plant Disease Resistance.
Nitric oxide (NO) is a gaseous molecule having key roles in many physiological processes such as germination, growth, development and senescence. It has been also shown the important role of NO as aExpand
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Genetic changes involved in the juvenile-to-adult transition in the shoot apex of Olea europaea L. occur years before the first flowering
Plant development is a complex process scarcely studied in woody plants. For a study of the genetic control of the juvenile-to-adult transition in Olea europaea L. and for a determination of theExpand
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Transcriptomic Analysis of Olea europaea L. Roots during the Verticillium dahliae Early Infection Process
A transcriptomic RNA‐seq analysis was conducted to study the olive–V. dahliae interaction. The transcriptomes of olive roots and V. dahliae were compiled at an early stage of infection. A number ofExpand
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The Transcriptome of Verticillium dahliae Responds Differentially Depending on the Disease Susceptibility Level of the Olive (Olea europaea L.) Cultivar
Among biotic constraints affecting olive trees cultivation worldwide, the soil-borne fungus Verticillium dahliae is considered one of the most serious threats. Olive cultivars display differentialExpand
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Transcriptional analysis of adult cutting and juvenile seedling olive roots
In woody plants, the juvenile-to-adult transition occurs when the apical and lateral branches reach a sufficient distance from the roots. In olive trees, there is a minimum distance required betweenExpand
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