Transcriptomic network analyses of leaf dehydration responses identify highly connected ABA and ethylene signaling hubs in three grapevine species differing in drought tolerance

@inproceedings{Hopper2016TranscriptomicNA,
  title={Transcriptomic network analyses of leaf dehydration responses identify highly connected ABA and ethylene signaling hubs in three grapevine species differing in drought tolerance},
  author={Daniel W. Hopper and Ryan Ghan and Karen Schlauch and Grant R Cramer},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2016}
}
Grapevine is a major food crop that is affected by global climate change. Consistent with field studies, dehydration assays of grapevine leaves can reveal valuable information of the plant’s response at physiological, transcript, and protein levels. There are well-known differences in grapevine rootstocks responses to dehydration. We used time-series… CONTINUE READING
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