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Development of Genome-Wide DNA Polymorphism Database for Map-Based Cloning of Rice Genes1[w]
PCR analysis indicated that 90% (97 of 108) of InDels in the database could be used as molecular markers, and 68% to 89% of the 97 InDel markers have polymorphisms between other indica cultivars and japonica cultivars, which suggests that this database can be used not only for Nipponbare and 93-11, but also for otherJaponica and indicA cultivars. Expand
Defective in Tapetal development and function 1 is essential for anther development and tapetal function for microspore maturation in Arabidopsis.
In Arabidopsis, the tapetum plays important roles in anther development by providing enzymes for callose dissolution and materials for pollen-wall formation, and by supplying nutrients for pollenExpand
WOX11 and 12 Are Involved in the First-Step Cell Fate Transition during de Novo Root Organogenesis in Arabidopsis[W]
The cellular and molecular framework of de novo root organogenesis from leaf explants of Arabidopsis thaliana is revealed and shows that auxin-induced WOX11 expression marks the first-step cell fate transition in this process. Expand
RUPTURED POLLEN GRAIN1, a Member of the MtN3/saliva Gene Family, Is Crucial for Exine Pattern Formation and Cell Integrity of Microspores in Arabidopsis1[C][W][OA]
It is reported that a new gene, RUPTURED POLLEN GRAIN1 (RPG1), encodes a plasma membrane protein and is required for exine pattern formation of microspores in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana), which exhibits severely reduced male fertility with an otherwise normal phenotype. Expand
AtPID: Arabidopsis thaliana protein interactome database—an integrative platform for plant systems biology
AtPID is a rich source of information for system-level understanding of gene function and biological processes in A. thaliana and was built via an intuitive query interface that provides easy access to the important features of proteins. Expand
Transcription factor AtMYB103 is required for anther development by regulating tapetum development, callose dissolution and exine formation in Arabidopsis.
It is implicate that AtMYB103 plays an important role in tapetum development, callose dissolution and exine formation in A. thaliana anthers. Expand
Molecular Characterization of an Isolate of Citrus Tristeza Virus that Causes Severe Symptoms in Sweet Orange
Northern analysis indicated that CTV-SY568 accumulated more viral RNA including genomic and certain subgenomic RNAs than isolates VT or T36 in sweet orange. Expand
A genetic pathway for tapetum development and function in Arabidopsis.
A detailed cytological analysis of knockout mutants for DYT1, TDF1 and AMS, along with an in situ RNA hybridization experiment and double mutant analysis showing that these transcription factors form a genetic pathway in tapetum development are presented. Expand
AtECB2, a pentatricopeptide repeat protein, is required for chloroplast transcript accD RNA editing and early chloroplast biogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Results indicate that AtECB2 is required for chloroplast transcript accD RNA editing and early chloropleft biogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana. Expand
The Putative RNA-Dependent RNA Polymerase RDR6 Acts Synergistically with ASYMMETRIC LEAVES1 and 2 to Repress BREVIPEDICELLUS and MicroRNA165/166 in Arabidopsis Leaf Developmentw⃞
The data suggest that the Arabidopsis RDR6-associated epigenetic pathway and the AS1-AS2 pathway synergistically repress BP and MIR165/166 for proper plant development. Expand