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Pollen Transcriptome and Proteome: Molecular and Functional Analysis

References [1] ALFIERI JA, MARTIN AD, TAKEDA J, KONDOH G, MYLES DG, PRIMAKOFF P. Infertility in female mice with an oocyte-specific knock-out of GPI-anchored proteins. J Cell Sci 2003; 116: 2149-2155. [2] ALVES-FERREIRA M, WELLMER F, BANHARA A, KUMAR V, RIECHMANN JL, MEYEROWITZ EM. Global expression profiling applied to the analysis of Arabidopsis stamen development. Plant Physiol 2007; 145: 745-762. [3] ARAKI S, ITO M, SOYANO T, NISHIHAMA R, MACHIDA Y. Mitotic cyclins stimulate the activity of c

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Effects of Two Cadmium Hyperaccumulating Plants (N. Caerulescens And A. Halleri) in Feed on Tissue Burden in Laboratory Rats

REFERENCES Bert V, Bonnin I, Saumitou-Laprade P, de Laguerie P, Petit D (2002): Do Arabidopsis halleri from nonmetallicolous populations accumulate zinc and cadmium more effectively than those from metallicolous populations? New Phytologist, 155, 47–57. doi: 10.1046/j.1469-8137.2002.00432x. Bothe H, Slomka A (2017): Divergent biology of facultative heavy metal plants. Journal of Plant Physiology, 219, 45–61. doi: 10.1016j.jplph.2017.08.014. Chatterjee S, Sarma MK, Deb U, Steinhauser G, Walther C, Gupta DK (2017): Mushrooms: from nutrition to

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Udp-Glycosyltransferases of Plant Hormones

glucosyltransferase mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana. Physiol Plant 2008; 132: 417-425. [5] Fedejko B, Mazerska Z. UDP-glycosyltransferases, ensoplasmic reticulum proteins - structure and mechanism of activity (in Polish). Post Biochem 2011; 57: 41-48. [6] Halkjær Hansen E, Osmani Sa, Kristensen C, Lindberg Møller B, Hansen J. Substrate specificities of family 1 UGT gained by domain swapping. Phytochem 2009; 70: 473-482. [7] Hou B, Lim E-K, Higgins GS, Bowles DJ. N-glucosylation of cytokinins by glycosyltransferases of Arabidopsis

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Co-expression network of secondary cell wall biogenesis genes in Eucalyptus tereticornis

-Wang H, N Goue, MN Saidi, S Legay, P Sivadon, D Goffner and J Gri­ma-Pettenati (2013) Identification of novel transcription factors regulating secondary cell wall formation in Arabidopsis. Frontiers in Plant Science 4: 189. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2013.00189 Chandran AKN, HY Jeong, KH Jung and C Lee (2016) Development of functional modules based on co-expression patterns for cell-wall biosynthesis related genes in rice. Journal of Plant Biology 59: 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12374-016-0461-1 Davin N, PP Edger, CA Hefer, E

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Analysis of absolute nuclear DNA content reveals a small genome and intra-specific variation in Cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.), Anacardiaceae

: targets, trends and tomorrow. Annals of Botany, 107: 467-590. BENNETT, M. D. and I. J. LEITCH (2012): Plant DNA C-values Database. http://data.kew.org/cvalues BENNETT, M. D., I. J. LEITCH, H. J. PRICE and J. S. JOHNSTON (2003): Comparison with Caenorhabditis (~100 Mb) and Drosophila (~175 Mb) using flow cytometry show genome size in Arabidopsis to be ~157 Mb and thus ~25% larger than the Arabidopsis Genome Initiative estimate of ~125 Mb. Annals of Botany, 91: 1-11. BENNETZEN, J. L. and E. A. KELLOGG (1997): Do plants have

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Flora and Vegetation of a Copper Mine Heap in Richtárová (The Starohorské Vrchy Mts., Slovakia)

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The paper presents the results of floristic and phytosociological research conducted during growing season 2011 on a copper mine heap Richtárová, near the village Staré Hory situated in buffer zone of the Low Tatras National Park. In total, we found 147 taxa of vascular plants. The dominant plant species of the mine heap is Agrostis capillaris, which sometimes forms relatively continuous cover, and other species growing in small islands of plants tolerant to specific environmental conditions, especially Silene dioica, Acetosella vulgaris, Arabidopsis arenosa. We sampled 8 phytosociological relevés. Localities of relevés were selected considering variability of plant communities on the all mine heap.

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The impact of plant growth promoting bacteria (PGPB) on the development of phytopathogenic fungi

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The main purpose of this study was to evaluate impact of plant growth promoting bacteria (PGPB) on the development of phytopathogenic fungi and correlate it with a potential effects on the growth of plants under unfavorable conditions, in order to improve the efficiency of a phytoremediation process. The conducted research focused on the antifungal properties of PGPB. In this study, 51 isolates of bacteria were obtained after diversified disinfection time from plants growing on soil after sewage sludge amendment. The results revealed that some isolated bacteria, mainly endophytic ones, inhibited the development of Fusarium oxysporum, F. culmorum and Alternaria alternata.

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A Global Microarray Expression Profile of Grapevine miRNAs Isolated from Cell Suspensions Pre-Treated with Apoptosis Activators

A Global Microarray Expression Profile of Grapevine miRNAs Isolated from Cell Suspensions Pre-Treated with Apoptosis Activators

In an attempt to identify novel and apoptosis/pathogen-regulated microRNAs (miRNAs) and small interfering RNAs, we performed a robust microarray screening of small RNA population from Vitis vinifera L. cv. Limberger cell suspension exposed to apoptosis activators (e.g. methyl jasmonate) or elicitors (botrycin and cinerein) derived from necrotrophic fungus Botrytis cinerea Pers. et Fries. Using a microarray expression profiling approach, we identified 22 miRNAs. We found that a majority of these miRNAs were predicted to target stress/defense-related genes of plants. Of the 22 V. vinifera miRNAs, 11 have sequence conservation in Arabidopsis thaliana but exhibited species-specific developmental and/or stress/defense-related expression patterns. Ten of the miRNAs are highly conserved in other plant species, suggesting that even conserved miRNAs may have different regulatory roles in various species. Our results show that these grapevine miRNAs can be also induced by various apoptosis inducers. Fifty-one potential targets were predicted to the newly identified miRNAs based on sequence complementarity. In addition to miRNAs, we identified 102 other novel endogenous small RNAs in Vitis, indicating that a large number of miRNAs and other small regulatory RNAs are encoded by the Vitis vinifera genome.

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Identification of Differentially Expressed Genes in Axillary Tillers of Perennial Ryegrass

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Identification of AFLP Markers Associated with Embryonic Root Development in Populus tomentosa Carr

References BENFEY, P. N., P. J. LINSTEAD, K. ROBERTS, J. W. SCHIEFELBEIN, M. T. HAUSER and R. A. AESCHBACHER (1993): Root development in Arabidopsis: four mutants with dramatically altered root morphogenesis. Development 119: 57-70. CELENZA, J. L. JR, P. L. GRISAFI and G. R. FINK (1995): A pathway for lateral root formation in Arabidopsis thaliana. Genes Dev 9: 2131-2142. CERVERA, M. T., J. GUSMAO, M. STEENACKERS, J. PELEMAN, V. STORME, A. VAN DEN BROECK, M. VAN MONTAGU and W. BOERJAN (1996): Identification of

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