negative regulation of replicative senescence
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Senescence, the final stage in the development of an organ or whole plant, is a genetically programmed process controlled by… Expand We have previously shown that microRNAs (miRNAs) miR-760, miR-186, miR-337-3p, and miR-216b stimulate premature senescence… Expand p53 takes critical part in a number of positive and negative feedback loops to regulate carcinogenesis, aging and other… Expand Nitrogen(N) resorption efficiency(NRE) and changes in nitrogen metabolism indices in cotton cotyledons during leaf senescence… Expand Removal of reproductive 'sink,' i.e., spikelets from wheat, after anthesis delays the rate of flag leaf senescence. Oxidative… Expand Hymenoscyphus ericae (Read) Korf & Kernan is known to form mycorrhizas with a number of host plants in the Ericaceae. The fungus… Expand In Populus deltoides, a deciduous tree, the development on new leaves starts in the month of March, the leaves reach maturity by… Expand