Localization of DIR1 at the tissue, cellular and subcellular levels during Systemic Acquired Resistance in Arabidopsis using DIR1:GUS and DIR1:EGFP reporters.
Plants, Genetically Modified
Gene Expression Regulation, Plant
Promoter Regions, Genetic
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Chen, Tao; Nomura, Kinya; Wang, Xiaolin; Sohrabi, Reza; Xu, Jin; Yao, Lingya; Paasch, Bradley C; ... (15 authors) (Nature, 2020-04-08)The aboveground parts of terrestrial plants, collectively called the phyllosphere, have a key role in the global balance of atmospheric carbon dioxide and oxygen. The phyllosphere represents one of the most abundant habitats ...
Busch, Wolfgang; Benfey, Philip N (Development, 2010-04)Plants exhibit different developmental strategies than animals; these are characterized by a tight linkage between environmental conditions and development. As plants have neither specialized sensory organs nor a nervous ...
Schneider, H; Smith, AR; Pryer, KM (Systematic Botany, 2009-07-01)Using a morphological dataset of 136 vegetative and reproductive characters, we infer the tracheophyte phylogeny with an emphasis on early divergences of ferns (monilophytes). The dataset comprises morphological, anatomical, ...