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

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MODIFICATION OF BARLEY PLANT PRODUCTIVITY THROUGH REGULATION OF CYTOKININ CONTENT BY REVERSE-GENETICS APPROACHES Barley is one of the most important cereals, which is used for breweries, animal and human feeds. Genetic manipulation of plant hormone cytokinin (CK) levels may influence several physiological processes, besides others stress tolerance, root formation and crop yield. In planta, endogenous CK status is finely regulated by the enzyme cytokinin dehydrogenase (EC; CKX), that irreversibly cleaves the N6-side chain of adenine-derived CKs. Increasing grain yield by mean of manipulation of en......[More] Laboratory of experimental medicine, Palacky University 6
Transcriptome analysis of pre-anthesis development in barley The timing of reproductive development determines spike architecture and thus yield in temperate grasses such as barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Reproductive development in barley is controlled by the photoperiod response gene Ppd-H1 which accelerates flowering time under long-day (LD) conditions. A natural mutation in Ppd-H1 prevalent in spring barley causes a reduced photoperiod response, and thus, late flowering under LD. However, it is not very well understood how LD and Ppd-H1 control pre-anth......[More] HHU (Heinrich Heine University) 16
Transcriptome of barley under three different heavy metal stress conditions The aim of the study is to identify gene regulated by three heavy metal: copper, zinc and cadmium. CENTRE OF PLANT STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS 12
RNA-Seq of the wild barley under salt stress RNA-Seq of the wild barley (H. spontaneum) under salt stress THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN 4
Barley transcriptional responses to specialist and generalist spider mite herbivores Spider mites, including the two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae, TSSM) and the Banks grass mite (Oligonychus pratensis, BGM), are becoming increasingly important agricultural pests. The TSSM is an extreme generalist documented to feed on more than 1100 plant hosts. In contrast, the BGM is a grass specialist, with hosts including important cereal crops like maize, wheat, sorghum and barley. Historically, studies of plant-herbivore interactions have focused largely on insects. However, fa......[More] Clark Laboratory, Department of Biology, University of Utah 7
RNA-seq transcriptome profiling of barley under Pi starvation and recovery conditions RNA-seq transcriptome profiling of barley under Pi starvation and recovery conditions GANSU AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY 24
Drought tolerance RNA-Seq experiment RNA-Seq analysis identifies genes associated with differential reproductive success under drought-stress in accessions of wild barley Hordeum spontaneum UHOH 8
Root transcriptomes of barley under drought, high salt and combined stress RNA-Sequencing data of whole roots of young barley seedlings subjected to drought, high salt and a combination treatment after six and 24 hours University of Bonn 8