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Genetic Analysis of Diversity within a Chinese Local Sugarcane Germplasm Based on Start Codon Targeted Polymorphism
Relatively abundant genetic diversity was observed among ROC22, ROC16, and ROC10, which occupied about 80% of the total sugarcane acreage in China, indicating their potential breeding value on Mainland China. Expand
ScChi, Encoding an Acidic Class III Chitinase of Sugarcane, Confers Positive Responses to Biotic and Abiotic Stresses in Sugarcane
Positive responses of ScChi to the biotic and abiotic stimuli reveal that this gene is a stress-related gene of sugarcane, suggesting a close relationship between the expression of Sc Chi and plant immunity. Expand
An Arabidopsis Nucleoporin NUP85 modulates plant responses to ABA and salt stress
Immunoprecipitation and mass spectrometry analysis revealed the involvement of NUP85 and other nucleoporins in regulating ABA and salt stress responses, but also uncovered a potential relation between NPC and mediator complex in modulating the gene expression in plants. Expand
A cytosolic glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase gene, ScG6PDH, plays a positive role in response to various abiotic stresses in sugarcane
Ion conductivity measurements and a histochemical assay provided indirect evidence of the involvement of the ScG6PDH gene in defense reactions to the above-mentioned abiotic stresses. Expand
Identification, Phylogeny, and Transcript of Chitinase Family Genes in Sugarcane
The results suggest that sugarcane chitinase family exhibit differential responses to biotic and abiotic stress, providing new insights into their function. Expand
Selection of Reference Genes for Normalization of MicroRNA Expression by RT-qPCR in Sugarcane Buds under Cold Stress
This study is the first report concerning the reference gene selection of miRNA RT-qPCR in sugarcane and suggested that miR171/18S rRNA and miR 171/miR5059 were the best reference gene sets for normalization for miRNAs expression in sugarscane under cold stress. Expand
Comparative proteomics reveals that central metabolism changes are associated with resistance against Sporisorium scitamineum in sugarcane
BackgroundSugarcane smut, which is caused by Sporisorium scitamineum, has been threatening global sugarcane production. Breeding smut resistant sugarcane varieties has been proven to be the mostExpand
Development and application of a rapid and visual loop-mediated isothermal amplification for the detection of Sporisorium scitamineum in sugarcane
This novel LAMP system has strong specificity and high sensitivity and provides technological support for the epidemic monitoring of sugarcane smut, but also provides a good case for development of similar detection technology for other plant pathogens. Expand
Analysis of the genetic diversity of garlic (Allium sativum L.) by simple sequence repeat and inter simple sequence repeat analysis and agro-morphological traits
It is suggested that the eight SSR and 17 ISSR primers identified could define valuable markers for genetic diversity for use by plant breeders. Expand
miRNA alteration is an important mechanism in sugarcane response to low-temperature environment
This study provides a global view of the association of miRNA expression with the sugarcane response to cold stress and enriched the present miRNA resource and made an attempt to verify the involvement of miR156 in plant response tocold stress. Expand