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Rehmannia glutinosa, a traditional Chinese medicine herb, is unable to grow normally in a soil where the same species has recently been cultivated. The biological basis of this so called "replanting disease" is unknown, but it may involve the action of microRNAs (miRNAs), which are known to be important regulators of plant growth and development. High(More)
The perennial herbaceous plant, Rehmannia glutinosa Libosch, is a traditional Chinese medicine because of the active extracts from its dried tuberous roots. However, R. glutinosa productivity and quality has been seriously affected by replanting (continuous monoculture) disease, which cannot at present be effectively prevented or controlled. Since very(More)
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