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- Futamura, Norihiro; Igasaki, Tomohiro; Saito, Maki; Taira, Hideaki; Shinohara, Kenji
- Tree genetics & genomes 2019 v.15 no.3 pp. 30
- Cryptomeria japonica var. japonica; amino acids; carbohydrates; complementary DNA; conifers; forestry; gametogenesis; gene expression; genes; hay fever; histology; ions; male sterility; males; microarray technology; microspores; mutants; phosphorylation; pollen; progeny; signal transduction; transcription (genetics); transcriptomics; Japan
- ... Cryptomeria japonica D. Don is one of the most important conifers for forestry; however, the pollinosis caused by this species is the most prevalent allergy in Japan. Male-sterile mutants have attracted attention as countermeasures to prevent pollen dispersion. Histological and transcriptomic analyses were conducted on one of the C. japonica male-sterile mutant lines, Toyama 1. Histological examin ...
- Yong, Wilson Thau Lym; Ades, Peter K.; Bossinger, Gerd; Runa, Fatima Akter; Sandhu, Karanjeet S.; Potts, Brad M.; Tibbits, Josquin F. G.
- Tree genetics & genomes 2019 v.15 no.3 pp. 31
- Eucalyptus globulus; Eucalyptus obliqua; Myrtus communis; climatic factors; disease resistance; disease susceptibility; ecosystems; forests; indigenous species; industry; pathogens; phenotype; provenance; races; rain; screening; seedlings; temperature; Tasmania
- ... Myrtle rust, caused by the pathogen Austropuccinia psidii, is a disease affecting numerous species of Myrtaceae around the globe. Many Australian ecosystems are dominated by Myrtaceae, making them, along with the industries that rely on them, particularly vulnerable to this disease. With over 800 endemic species, Eucalyptus is a major genus within the Myrtaceae in Australia. Wide variation in resp ...