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Ribosomal internal transcribed spacer (ITS) sequences are commonly used for phylogenetic reconstruction because they are highly reiterated as components of rDNA repeats, and hence are often subject to rapid homogenization through concerted evolution. Concerted evolution leads to intragenomic uniformity of repeats even between loci on nonhomologous(More)
  • Zhuo Huang, Xiao-Juan Zhong, Jiao He, Si-Han Jin, Han-Du Guo, Xiao-Fang Yu +5 others
  • 2016
Late embryogenesis abundant (LEA) proteins have been identified in a wide range of organisms and are believed to play a role in the adaptation of plants to stress conditions. In this study, we performed genome-wide identification of LEA proteins and their coding genes in Moso bamboo (Phyllostachys edulis) of Poaceae. A total of 23 genes encoding LEA(More)
  • Zhuo Huang, Si-Han Jin, Han-Du Guo, Xiao-Juan Zhong, Jiao He, Xi Li +5 others
  • 2016
The proteins containing the TIFY domain belong to a plant-specific family of putative transcription factors and could be divided into four subfamilies: ZML, TIFY, PPD and JAZ. They not only function as key regulators of jasmonate hormonal response, but are also involved in responding to abiotic stress. In this study, we identified 24 TIFY genes (PeTIFYs) in(More)
The red-leaf coloration of Quanhong poplar (QHP) (Populus deltoides), resulting from a bud sport, is a distinctive trait conferring high ornamental value. However, the underlying molecular coloration mechanism of the red-leaf poplar remains unknown. In this study, tissue buds and leaves from mutant QHP(red)and its wild-type progenitor L2025 (green) were(More)
The worsening of Cadmium (Cd) pollution has intensified the urban ecological environment deterioration in the world. Purifying contaminated environment using the tall, colored-leaf woody plants has been proved as an aesthetically pleasing approach. However, the effects of Cd stress on colored-leaf woody plants have been little reported. Present hydroponic(More)
In this paper, point pattern analysis was conducted to study the spatial distribution of Phyllostachys bissetii ramet population and the spatial association between different age-class P. bissetii ramet populations in West China Rainy Area. The ramet population had a clumped distribution at the scale 0-0.32 m, a regular distribution at the scale 0.64-4.48(More)
  • Xiaorong Nie, Li, Wei Chunhong, Qibing Chen, Yi Li, Aida R +42 others
  • 2008
(2001). Studies on Petunia hybrida transformed with flower-meristem-identity gene AP1. The firefly luciferase gene as a non-invasive reporter for Dendrobium transformation. Plant Journal, 6: 441-446.cation of flower color in florist's chrysanthemum: production of a white-flowering variety through molecular genetics. Biotechnology, 12: 268–271. (2003).(More)
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