Transcriptional Regulations on the Low-Temperature-Induced Floral Transition in an Orchidaceae Species, Dendrobium nobile: An Expressed Sequence Tags Analysis

@inproceedings{Liang2012TranscriptionalRO,
  title={Transcriptional Regulations on the Low-Temperature-Induced Floral Transition in an Orchidaceae Species, Dendrobium nobile: An Expressed Sequence Tags Analysis},
  author={Shan Liang and Qing-sheng Ye and Rui-Hong Li and Jia-Yi Leng and Mei-Ru Li and Xiaojing Wang and Hong-Qing Li},
  booktitle={Comparative and functional genomics},
  year={2012}
}
Vernalization-induced flowering is a cold-relevant adaptation in many species, but little is known about the genetic basis behind in Orchidaceae species. Here, we reported a collection of 15017 expressed sequence tags (ESTs) from the vernalized axillary buds of an Orchidaceae species, Dendrobium nobile, which were assembled for 9616 unique gene clusters. Functional enrichment analysis showed that genes in relation to the responses to stresses, especially in the form of low temperatures, and… CONTINUE READING

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