A significant fraction of 21-nucleotide small RNA originates from phased degradation of resistance genes in several perennial species.

@article{Kllman2013ASF,
  title={A significant fraction of 21-nucleotide small RNA originates from phased degradation of resistance genes in several perennial species.},
  author={Thomas K{\"a}llman and Jun Chen and Niclas Gyllenstrand and Ulf Lagercrantz},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={162 2},
  pages={741-54}
}
Small RNAs (sRNAs), including microRNA (miRNA) and short-interfering RNA (siRNA), are important in the regulation of diverse biological processes. Comparative studies of sRNAs from plants have mainly focused on miRNA, even though they constitute a mere fraction of the total sRNA diversity. In this study, we report results from an in-depth analysis of the sRNA population from the conifer spruce (Picea abies) and compared the results with those of a range of plant species. The vast majority of… CONTINUE READING
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