EST Sequencing from Embryogenic Cyclamen persicum Cell Cultures Identifies a High Proportion of Transcripts Homologous to Plant Genes Involved in Somatic Embryogenesis

@article{Rensing2005ESTSF,
  title={EST Sequencing from Embryogenic Cyclamen persicum Cell Cultures Identifies a High Proportion of Transcripts Homologous to Plant Genes Involved in Somatic Embryogenesis},
  author={Stephan A Rensing and Daniel Lang and Eik Schumann and Ralf Reski and Annette Hohe},
  journal={Journal of Plant Growth Regulation},
  year={2005},
  volume={24},
  pages={102-115}
}
To learn more about the process of somatic embryogenesis in the economically important ornamental plant Cyclamen persicum, we initiated an expressed sequence tag (EST) project. A normalized cDNA library was constructed from embryogenic cell material in different developmental stages, and clones were subsequently sequenced from the 5′ end. A total of 2083 filtered EST with an average length of 499 bases were analyzed in this study and submitted to the international sequence databases. By… CONTINUE READING
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