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ePlant: Visualizing and Exploring Multiple Levels of Data for Hypothesis Generation in Plant Biology[OPEN]
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The development of ePlant is described and several examples illustrating its integrative features for hypothesis generation are presented, including the process of deploying ePl plant as an “app” on Araport. Expand
The success of assisted colonization and assisted gene flow depends on phenology.
Global warming will jeopardize the persistence and genetic diversity of many species. Assisted colonization, or the movement of species beyond their current range boundary, is a conservation strategyExpand
Simultaneous pulsed flowering in a temperate legume: causes and consequences of multimodality in the shape of floral display schedules
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Whether ‘flowering pulses’ are simultaneous among individuals and populations is asked and potential underlying mechanisms and consequences of pulsed flowering are explored, suggesting that the shape of display schedules may be plastic in response to fluctuations in temperature. Expand
A ‘Variant Viewer’ for investigating population-level variation in Arabidopsis thaliana
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A web application is developed that accesses the 1001 Genomes database called The Variant Viewer, for investigators to view variants in any A. thaliana gene and within gene families and in relation to conserved domains. Expand
Tools for Exploring Non-Synonymous Variation in Arabidopsis thaliana
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This thesis began the construction of a synthetic yeast pathway to test the effects of natural non-synonymous variants on the activation of the A. thaliana abscisic acid (ABA) signaling pathway in the hopes of characterizing variants that modulate pathway output. Expand
Simultaneous pulsed fl owering in a temperate legume : causes and consequences of multimodality in the shape of fl oral display schedules
1. In plants, the temporal pattern of floral displays, or display schedules, delimits an individual’s mating opportunities. Thus, variation in the shape of display schedules can affect the degree ofExpand