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Comparative Transcriptome Analysis Revealed Genes Commonly Responsive to Varied Nitrate Stress in Leaves of Tibetan Hulless Barley
Nitrogen (N) deprivation or excess can lead to dramatic phenotype change, disrupt important biological processes, and ultimately limit plant productivity. To explore genes in Tibetan hulless barley… Expand
Transcriptome analysis revealed the drought-responsive genes in Tibetan hulless barley
BackgroundHulless barley, also called naked barley, is an important cereal crop worldwide, serving as a healthy food both for human consumption and animal feed. Nevertheless, it often suffered from… Expand
Time-Course Comparative Metabolite Profiling under Osmotic Stress in Tolerant and Sensitive Tibetan Hulless Barley
Tibetan hulless barley is widely grown in the extreme environmental conditions of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau which is characterized by cold, high salinity, and drought. Osmotic stress always occurs… Expand
Genome-wide dissection of co-selected UV-B responsive pathways in the UV-B adaptation of qingke.
Qingke (Tibetan hulless barley) has long been cultivated and exposed to long-term and strong UV-B radiation on the Tibetan Plateau, which renders it an ideal target for elucidating novel UV-B… Expand
An improved high-quality genome assembly and annotation of Tibetan hulless barley
Hulless barley ( Hordeum vulgare L. var. nudum ) is a barley variety that has loose husk cover of the caryopses. Because of the ease in processing and edibility, hulless barley has been locally… Expand
Metabolite profiling in two contrasting Tibetan hulless barley cultivars revealed the core salt-responsive metabolome and key salt-tolerance biomarkers
Abstract Salinity stress represents one of the most harmful abiotic stresses for agricultural productivity. Tibetan hulless barley is an important economic crop widely grown in highly stressful… Expand
Quantitative proteomics analysis reveals proteins and pathways associated with anthocyanin accumulation in barley.
The aim of the present study was to explore the underlying mechanisms involved in anthocyanin biosynthesis in purple, blue, and white barley using quantitative proteomics analysis. We identified the… Expand
Transcriptomics analysis of hulless barley during grain development with a focus on starch biosynthesis
- Y. Tang, X. Zeng, +5 authors T. Nyima
- Biology, Medicine
- Functional & Integrative Genomics
- 2 December 2016
Hulless barley, with its unique nutritional value and potential health benefits, has increasingly attracted attentions in recent years. However, the transcription dynamics during hulless barley grain… Expand
Cloning and characterization of up-regulated HbSINA4 gene induced by drought stress in Tibetan hulless barley.
- H. Yuan, X. Luo, T. Nyima, Y. Wang, Q. Xu, X. Zeng
- Biology, Medicine
- Genetics and molecular research : GMR
- 30 November 2015
Hulless barley is an important crop cereal in Tibetan, China. Drought is a major abiotic stress in barley production. In this study, we cloned the drought-related HbSINA4 gene from the variety… Expand
Improved high-quality genome assembly and annotation of Tibetan hulless barley
Background The Tibetan hulless barley (Hordeum vulgare L. var. nudum), also called “Qingke” in Chinese and “Ne” in Tibetan, is the staple food for Tibetans and an important livestock feed in the… Expand