Comparative Transcriptome Analysis Revealed Genes Commonly Responsive to Varied Nitrate Stress in Leaves of Tibetan Hulless Barley

@article{Wei2016ComparativeTA,
  title={Comparative Transcriptome Analysis Revealed Genes Commonly Responsive to Varied Nitrate Stress in Leaves of Tibetan Hulless Barley},
  author={Zexiu Wei and Xingquan Zeng and Cheng Qin and Yulin Wang and Li-jun Bai and Qijun Xu and H. Yuan and Yawei Tang and T. Nyima},
  journal={Frontiers in Plant Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={7}
}
Nitrogen (N) deprivation or excess can lead to dramatic phenotype change, disrupt important biological processes, and ultimately limit plant productivity. To explore genes in Tibetan hulless barley responsive to varied N stress, we utilized a comparative transcriptomics method to investigate gene expression patterns under three nitrate treatments. The transcriptome of the control (optimal-nitrate, ON) sample was compared with that of free-nitrate (FN), low-nitrate (LN), and high-nitrate (HN… Expand
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