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- Mo, Wenjuan, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Biotechnology for biofuels 2019 v.12 no.1 pp. 63
- DNA; Kluyveromyces marxianus; agricultural wastes; bioethanol; biosynthesis; cell viability; energy; ethanol; ethanol production; evolutionary adaptation; gene expression regulation; genes; glycerol; haploidy; heat tolerance; industry; mutation; protein folding; sequence analysis; sterols; transcription (genetics); transcriptome; trehalose; viability assays; yeasts
- ... BACKGROUND: Kluyveromyces marxianus, the known fastest-growing eukaryote on the earth, has remarkable thermotolerance and capacity to utilize various agricultural residues to produce low-cost bioethanol, and hence is industrially important to resolve the imminent energy shortage crisis. Currently, the poor ethanol tolerance hinders its operable application in the industry, and it is necessary to i ...
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- Mo, Wenjuan, et al. Show all 19 Authors
- Journal of plant physiology 2019 v.233 pp. 58-72
- Populus deltoides; biosynthesis; cell walls; gene expression regulation; gene overexpression; genes; growth and development; plant height; secondary phloem; secondary xylem; trees; wood
- ... Proline-rich protein (PRP) is a plant cell wall associated protein. Its distinct patterns of regulation and localization studied in a number of plants indicate that it may play important roles in growth and development. However, the mechanism of how these genes control secondary cell wall development in tree species is largely unknown. Here, we report that a Populus deltoides (Marsh.) proline-rich ...
- Mo, Wenjuan, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2016 v.64 no.18 pp. 3712-3731
- Eucommia ulmoides; Oriental traditional medicine; RNA; alpha-linolenic acid; cDNA libraries; complementary DNA; energy; enzymes; fatty acid composition; flowering; glycolysis; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; seeds; sequence analysis; transcriptomics; trees; unigenes
- ... Eucommia ulmoides Oliver, the only member of the Eucommiaceae family, is a rare and valuable tree used to produce a highly valued traditional Chinese medicine and contains α-linolenic acid (ALA) up to 60% of the total fatty acids in the kernels (embryos). Glycolysis provides both cellular energy and the intermediates for other biosynthetic processes. However, nothing was known about the molecular ...