Interaction between parental environment and genotype affects plant and seed performance in Arabidopsis

@inproceedings{He2014InteractionBP,
  title={Interaction between parental environment and genotype affects plant and seed performance in Arabidopsis
},
  author={Hanzi He and Deborah de Souza Vidigal and L. Basten Snoek and S. Schnabel and Harm Nijveen and Henk W M Hilhorst and Le{\'o}nie Bentsink},
  booktitle={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2014}
}
Seed performance after dispersal is highly dependent on parental environmental cues, especially during seed formation and maturation. Here we examine which environmental factors are the most dominant in this respect and whether their effects are dependent on the genotypes under investigation. We studied the influence of light intensity, photoperiod, temperature, nitrate, and phosphate during seed development on five plant attributes and thirteen seed attributes, using 12 Arabidopsis genotypes… CONTINUE READING

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