Multi-omics analysis identifies genes mediating the extension of cell walls in the Arabidopsis thaliana root elongation zone

@inproceedings{Wilson2015MultiomicsAI,
  title={Multi-omics analysis identifies genes mediating the extension of cell walls in the Arabidopsis thaliana root elongation zone},
  author={Michael H. Wilson and Tara J. Holman and Iben S\orensen and Ester Cancho-Sanchez and Darren M. Wells and Ranjan Swarup and J Paul Knox and William G. T. Willats and Susana {\'U}beda-Tom{\'a}s and Michael J Holdsworth and Malcolm J Bennett and Kris Vissenberg and T Charlie Hodgman},
  booktitle={Front. Cell Dev. Biol.},
  year={2015}
}
Plant cell wall composition is important for regulating growth rates, especially in roots. However, neither analyses of cell wall composition nor transcriptomes on their own can comprehensively reveal which genes and processes are mediating growth and cell elongation rates. This study reveals the benefits of carrying out multiple analyses in combination. Sections of roots from five anatomically and functionally defined zones in Arabidopsis thaliana were prepared and divided into three… CONTINUE READING

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We used glycan microarrays and antibodies to identify the major classes of glycans and glycoproteins present in the cell walls of these sections , and identified the expected decrease in pectin and increase in xylan from the meristematic zone ( MS ) , through the rapid and late elongation zones ( REZ , LEZ ) to the maturation zone and the rest of the root , including the emerging lateral roots .
We used glycan microarrays and antibodies to identify the major classes of glycans and glycoproteins present in the cell walls of these sections , and identified the expected decrease in pectin and increase in xylan from the meristematic zone ( MS ) , through the rapid and late elongation zones ( REZ , LEZ ) to the maturation zone and the rest of the root , including the emerging lateral roots .
We used glycan microarrays and antibodies to identify the major classes of glycans and glycoproteins present in the cell walls of these sections , and identified the expected decrease in pectin and increase in xylan from the meristematic zone ( MS ) , through the rapid and late elongation zones ( REZ , LEZ ) to the maturation zone and the rest of the root , including the emerging lateral roots .
We used glycan microarrays and antibodies to identify the major classes of glycans and glycoproteins present in the cell walls of these sections , and identified the expected decrease in pectin and increase in xylan from the meristematic zone ( MS ) , through the rapid and late elongation zones ( REZ , LEZ ) to the maturation zone and the rest of the root , including the emerging lateral roots .
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