Comparative in depth RNA sequencing of P. tricornutum’s morphotypes reveals specific features of the oval morphotype

@inproceedings{Ovide2018ComparativeID,
  title={Comparative in depth RNA sequencing of P. tricornutum’s morphotypes reveals specific features of the oval morphotype},
  author={Cl{\'e}ment Ovide and Marie-Christine Kiefer-Meyer and Caroline B{\'e}rard and Nicolas Vergne and Thierry Lecroq and Carole Plasson and Carole Burel and Sophie Bernard and Azeddine Driouich and Patrice Lerouge and Isabelle Tournier and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Dauchel and Muriel Bardor},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2018}
}
Phaeodactylum tricornutum is the most studied diatom encountered principally in coastal unstable environments. It has been hypothesized that the great adaptability of P. tricornutum is probably due to its pleomorphism. Indeed, P. tricornutum is an atypical diatom since it can display three morphotypes: fusiform, triradiate and oval. Currently, little information is available regarding the physiological significance of this morphogenesis. In this study, we adapted P. tricornutum Pt3 strain to… CONTINUE READING
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