Gradual Increase of miR 156 Regulates Temporal Expression Changes of Numerous Genes during Leaf Development in Rice 1 [ C ] [ W ] [ OA ]

@inproceedings{Xie2012GradualIO,
  title={Gradual Increase of miR 156 Regulates Temporal Expression Changes of Numerous Genes during Leaf Development in Rice 1 [ C ] [ W ] [ OA ]},
  author={Kabin Xie and Jianqiang Shen and Xin Hou and Jialing Yao and Xianghua Li and JingHua Xiao and Lizhong Xiong},
  year={2012}
}
The highly conserved plant microRNA, miR156, is an essential regulator for plant development. In Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana), miR156 modulates phase changing through its temporal expression in the shoot. In contrast to the gradual decrease over time in the shoot (or whole plant), we found that the miR156 level in rice (Oryza sativa) gradually increased from young leaf to old leaf after the juvenile stage. However, the miR156-targeted rice SQUAMOSA-promoter binding-like (SPL… CONTINUE READING

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