Gene co-expression network analysis reveals pathways associated with graft healing by asymmetric profiling in tomato

@inproceedings{Xie2019GeneCN,
  title={Gene co-expression network analysis reveals pathways associated with graft healing by asymmetric profiling in tomato},
  author={Lulu Xie and Chunjuan Dong and Qingmao Shang},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2019}
}
BackgroundThe ability of severed rootstocks and shoots to re-establish vascular connections is used to generate grafted plants that combine desirable traits from both scions and rootstocks. Clarifying the mechanisms of graft healing is essential for its further application. We performed RNA sequencing of internodes near the cut position, making a distinction between separated or grafted tissues above and below the cut, in order to obtain a genetic description of graft union formation… CONTINUE READING

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