Transcriptome analysis of proliferating Arabidopsis endosperm reveals biological implications for the control of syncytial division, cytokinin signaling, and gene expression regulation.

@article{Day2008TranscriptomeAO,
  title={Transcriptome analysis of proliferating Arabidopsis endosperm reveals biological implications for the control of syncytial division, cytokinin signaling, and gene expression regulation.},
  author={Robert C. Day and Rowan P. Herridge and Barbara Ann Ambrose and Richard C Macknight},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={148 4},
  pages={1964-84}
}
During the early stages of seed development, Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) endosperm is syncytial and proliferates rapidly through repeated rounds of mitosis without cytokinesis. This stage of endosperm development is important in determining final seed size and is a model for studying aspects of cellular and molecular biology, such as the cell cycle and genomic imprinting. However, the small size of the Arabidopsis seed makes high-throughput molecular analysis of the early endosperm… CONTINUE READING
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