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Genomes of 'Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum' Haplotype A from New Zealand and the United States Suggest Significant Genome Plasticity in the Species.
'Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum' contains two solanaceous crop-infecting haplotypes, A and B. Two haplotype A draft genomes were assembled and compared with ZC1 (haplotype B), revealing… Expand
Staying green postharvest: how three mutations in the Arabidopsis chlorophyll b reductase gene NYC1 delay degreening by distinct mechanisms.
- R. Jibran, K. Sullivan, +6 authors D. Hunter
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of experimental botany
- 1 November 2015
Stresses such as energy deprivation, wounding and water-supply disruption often contribute to rapid deterioration of harvested tissues. To uncover the genetic regulation behind such stresses, a… Expand
Carbon Deprivation-Driven Transcriptome Reprogramming in Detached Developmentally Arresting Arabidopsis Inflorescences1[C][W][OA]
Senescence is genetically controlled and activated in mature tissues during aging. However, immature plant tissues also display senescence-like symptoms when continuously exposed to adverse… Expand
Identification of Postharvest Senescence Regulators Through Map-Based Cloning Using Detached Arabidopsis Inflorescences as a Model Tissue.
Postharvest deterioration of fruits and vegetables can be accelerated by biological, environmental, and physiological stresses. Fully understanding tissue response to harvest will provide new… Expand