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- Barrero, Jose M.; Jacobsen, John V.; Talbot, Mark J.; White, Rosemary G.; Swain, Stephen M.; Garvin, David F.; Gubler, Frank
- The new phytologist 2012 v.193 no.2 pp. 376
- abscisic acid, etc ; Arabidopsis; Brachypodium distachyon; barley; farm area; fruits; gene expression; genes; genotype; germination; grain crops; grasses; light quality; models; seed dormancy; sprouting; wheat; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Lack of grain dormancy in cereal crops such as barley and wheat is a common problem affecting farming areas around the world, causing losses in yield and quality because of preharvest sprouting. Control of seed or grain dormancy has been investigated extensively using various approaches in different species, including Arabidopsis and cereals. However, the use of a monocot model plant such as Brach ...
- Marino, Daniel; Andrio, Emilie; Danchin, Etienne G.J.; Oger, Elodie; Gucciardo, Sébastien; Lambert, Annie; Puppo, Alain; Pauly, Nicolas
- The new phytologist 2011 v.189 no.2 pp. 580-592
- abscisic acid, etc ; Medicago truncatula; NADP (coenzyme); RNA interference; Sinorhizobium; anaerobic conditions; gene duplication; gene expression; genes; hypoxia; legumes; mutants; nitrogen fixation; nitrogenase; plant development; root growth; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... • The plant plasma membrane‐localized NADPH oxidases, known as respiratory burst oxidase homologues (RBOHs), appear to play crucial roles in plant growth and development. They are involved in important processes, such as root hair growth, plant defence reactions and abscisic acid signalling. • Using sequence similarity searches, we identified seven putative RBOH‐encoding genes in the Medicago trun ...
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