LegumeIP V3: From Models to Crops - An Integrative Gene Discovery Platform for Translational Genomics in Legumes

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Comprehensive transcriptomic analysis of rice roots under cadmium stress using RNA-Seq Comprehensive transcriptomic analysis of rice roots under cadmium stress using RNA-Seq COLLEGE OF LIFE SCIENCES, NANJING AGRICULTURAL UNI
Comprehensive analysis of salinity stress inducible genes in Oryza sativa Illumina mRNA-seq analysis was performed to detect salinity stress inducible genes in Oryza sativa L. ssp. japonica cv. Nipponbare. Seeds of rice were germinated at 28o C in a sterilized germination tray. The seedlings had been grown for 7 days at 28o degrees C. Total RNA were extracted from shoots and roots under normal and 1 hr after salinity stress (150 mM NaCl solution). The expression profiles among four samples were compared to find rice salinity stress inducible genes. This work was suppo......[More] NIAS 4
N6-Methyladenine DNA Methylation in Japonica and Indica Rice Genomes and Its Association with Gene Expression, Plant Development, and Stress Responses N6-Methyladenine (6mA) DNA methylation has recently been implicated as a potential new epigenetic marker in eukaryotes, including the dicot model Arabidopsis thaliana. However, the conservation and divergence of 6mA distribution patterns and functions in plants remain elusive. Here we report high-quality 6mA methylomes at single-nucleotide resolution in rice based on substantially improved genome sequences of two rice cultivars, Nipponbare (Nip; Japonica) and 93-11 (Indica). Analysis of 6mA geno......[More] Chinese Academy of Agricultrual Sciences 2
Gene expression profiling of the early cadmium response includes abiotic stress signaling pathway in rice Plant growth is severely affected by toxic concentrations of the non-essential heavy metal cadmium (Cd). Comprehensive transcriptome analysis by RNA-Seq following cadmium exposure is required to further understand plant responses to Cd and facilitate future systems-based analyses of the underlying regulatory networks. In this study, rice plants were hydroponically treated with 50 μM Cd for 24 hours. In total, ~60,000 transcripts, including transcripts that could not be characterized by microarra......[More] National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences (Japan) 6
Adaptation Versus Senescence In Rice: Early Signalling Events Play A Role In Inducing Specificity And Tolerance To Salinity Salinity tolerance is a complex trait and, despite many efforts to obtain rice plants resistant to salt, few results have been achieved since a deeper understanding of the tolerance mechanisms is still needed. We used imaging of photosynthetic parameters, ion analysis and transcriptomic approaches to unveil differences between two rice varieties differing in salt sensitivity. Moreover, we analysed H2O2 production in roots, using a fluorescent probe, and the ensuing gene regulation. Transcriptomi......[More] medcomp, Molecular Medicine, University of Padova 8