Tina Seidensticker

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Leaf senescence involves extensive reprogramming of gene expression effectuating the complex biochemical and structural changes that occur during the last stage of leaf development. In a large-scale transcriptomic approach in Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh., using qRT-PCR, gene expression for more than 380 transcriptional regulators was shown to be(More)
Inflorescences of the tribe Triticeae, which includes wheat (Triticum sp. L.) and barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) are characterized by sessile spikelets directly borne on the main axis, thus forming a branchless spike. 'Compositum-Barley' and tetraploid 'Miracle-Wheat' (T. turgidum convar. compositum (L.f.) Filat.) display noncanonical spike-branching in which(More)
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