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 Drought stress is perhaps the most commonly encountered abiotic stress plants experience in the natural environment, and it is one of the most import Physiology, Investigations, No Response, Environment, Stress, Guy, Public, Nature, Naturaleza

Investigating the drought-stress response of hybrid poplar genotypes by metabolite profiling

Abstract. Drought stress is perhaps the most commonly encountered abiotic stress plants experience in the natural environment, and it is one of the most import

Interactions between the Transcription Factor, and Target DNA Binding Sites Gene Expression, In Vivo, Transcription, Factors, Dna, Target

Interactions between the R2R3-MYB Transcription Factor, AtMYB61, and Target DNA Binding Sites

Despite the prominent roles played by R2R3-MYB transcription factors in the regulation of plant gene expression, little is known about the details of how these proteins interact with their DNA targets. For example, while Arabidopsis thaliana R2R3-MYB protein AtMYB61 is known to alter transcript abundance of a specific set of target genes, little is known about the specific DNA sequences to which AtMYB61 binds. To address this gap in knowledge, DNA sequences bound by AtMYB61 were identified…

Epigenetic regulation of adaptive responses of forest tree species to the environment Plant Species, Ecology, Evolution, No Response, Environment, Abstract, Summary, Environmental Psychology

Epigenetic regulation of adaptive responses of forest tree species to the environment

This paper reviews the role of epigenetics in development and adaptability of forest trees. Forests trees are long‐lived, sessile organisms that must continously adjust their responses to prevailling...

Constitutive expression of a fungal glucuronoyl esterase in Arabidopsis reveals altered cell wall composition and structure Cell Wall, Biotechnology, Alters, Composition, Plant, Kids Rugs, Journal, Kid Friendly Rugs, Writing

Constitutive expression of a fungal glucuronoyl esterase in Arabidopsis reveals altered cell wall composition and structure

A family 15 carbohydrate esterase (CE15) from the white‐rot basidiomycete, Phanerochaete carnosa (PcGCE), was transformed into Arabidopsis thaliana Col‐0 and was expressed from the constitutive cauli...

an transcription factor, functions as a pleiotropic regulator via a small gene network Transcription, Factors

AtMYB61, an R2R3‐MYB transcription factor, functions as a pleiotropic regulator via a small gene network

• Throughout their lifetimes, plants must coordinate the regulation of various facets of growth and development. Previous evidence has suggested that the Arabidopsis thaliana R2R3‐MYB, AtMYB61, mig...

Drought induces alterations in the stomatal development program in Populus Botany, Journal, Journals

Drought induces alterations in the stomatal development program in Populus

Abstract. Much is known about the physiological control of stomatal aperture as a means by which plants adjust to water availability. By contrast, the role pla

Prouse, M., & Campbell, M. The interaction between MYB proteins and their target DNA binding sites. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Gene Regulatory Mechanisms, Dna, Protein, Target

The interaction between MYB proteins and their target DNA binding sites

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences National Academy, Academy Of Sciences, Shapes, History, Historia

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

National Academy of Sciences

Hamanishi, E., & Campbell, M. Genome-wide responses to drought in forest trees. Journal Covers, Genetics, Research, The Incredibles, Abstract, Pictures, Painting, Wall Ideas, Plants

Genome-wide responses to drought in forest trees

Abstract. Drought is a significant threat to forest health and the establishment of productive tree plantations. There is therefore great interest in understan

MacDonald, J., Doering, M., Canam, T., Gong, Y., Guttman, D. S., Campbell, M. M., & Master, E. R. (2011). Transcriptomic responses of the softwood-degrading white-rot fungus Phanerochaete carnosa during growth on coniferous and deciduous wood. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 77(10), 3211-3218. Environmental Microbiology, Heat Map, Fungi, No Response, How To Apply, Wood, Woodwind Instrument, Trees, Home Decor Trees

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Heat maps and abundances for selected transcripts expressed by P. carnosa during growth on wood and YMPG substrates. CBM, carbohydrate-binding module; CE, carbohydrate esterase; CRO, copper radical oxidase; CYP, cytochrome P450 monooxygenase; GH, glycosyl hydrolase; GMCO, GMC oxidoreductase.

PlaNet: Combined Sequence and Expression Comparisons across Plant Networks Derived from Seven Species Plant Cell, Planets

PlaNet: Combined Sequence and Expression Comparisons across Plant Networks Derived from Seven Species

Endogenous overexpression of Populus increases trichome density, improves insect pest resistance, and impacts plant growth Insect Pest, Plant Growth, Plant Leaves, Insects, Journal, Plants, Plant, Journals, Planting

Endogenous overexpression of Populus MYB186 increases trichome density, improves insect pest resistance, and impacts plant growth

Trichomes are specialized epidermal cells that generally play a role in reducing transpiration and act as a deterrent to herbivory. In a screen of activation‐tagged Populus tremula × Populus alba 717...

Can Explicit Instruction in Social and Emotional Learning Skills Benefit the Social-Emotional Development, Well-being, and Academic Achievement of Young Children? Animal Cognition, Early Childhood Education Programs, Social Emotional Development, Child Development, Skills To Learn, Learning Skills, Job Ads, Research Paper, Life Science

Genome-wide analysis of plant metal transporters, with an emphasis on poplar

The specific transport of metal ions, mediated by membrane-localized metal transporters, is of fundamental importance in all eukaryotes. Genome-wide analysis of metal transporters was undertaken, making use of whole genome sequences of the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, the moss Physcomitrella patens, the lycophyte Selaginella moellendorffii, the monocots rice and sorghum, and the dicots Arabidopsis thaliana, poplar, grapevine, as well as of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. A…

ABSTRACT Drought is a major limitation to the growth and productivity of trees in the ecologically and economically important genus Populus. The ability of Populus trees to contend with drought is . Plant Cell, Environment, Trees, Home Decor Trees, Environmental Psychology, Wood, Plant

Intraspecific variation in the Populus balsamifera drought transcriptome

Drought is a major limitation to the growth and productivity of trees in the ecologically and economically important genus Populus. The ability of Populus trees to contend with drought is a function ...

Time of day shapes Arabidopsis drought transcriptomes Time Of Day, Plant, Journal, Shapes, Plants, Journals

Time of day shapes Arabidopsis drought transcriptomes

Under natural conditions, it is common for plants to experience water deprivation (drought) for periods of days or longer. Plants respond to drought stress by reconfiguring their transcriptome activi...

Genotype and time of day shape the Populus drought response Time Of Day, No Response, Plant, Journal, Shapes, Plants, Journals

Genotype and time of day shape the Populus drought response

As exposure to episodic drought can impinge significantly on forest health and the establishment of productive tree plantations, there is great interest in understanding the mechanisms of drought res...