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Reports from University of Neuchatel Describe Recent Advances in Ecology Research

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Ecology, Environment & Conservation -- A new study on Ecology Research is now available. According to news reporting originating in Neuchatel, Switzerland , by VerticalNews journalists, research stated, "Cross-fertilisation ... [Published 4 Traders - 1 hour ago]
First reported 19 hours ago - Updated 19 hours ago - 1 reports

Tor-interacting proteins (TIPs) and genes therefor

Broad experimental tools that include biochemical molecular developmental global genomics and loss and gain of function transgenic approaches have been applied to address target of rapamycin (TOR) signaling pathway in plants especially using Arabidopsis ... [Published Free Patents Online - 19 hours ago]
First reported Apr 22 2014 - Updated Apr 22 2014 - 1 reports

Genome-Wide Comparative Analysis of 20 Miniature Inverted-Repeat Transposable Element Families in Brassica rapa and B. oleracea

Miniature inverted-repeat transposable elements (MITEs) are ubiquitous, non-autonomous class II transposable elements. Here, we conducted genome-wide comparative analysis of 20 MITE families in B. rapa, B. oleracea, and Arabidopsis thaliana. A total of ... [Published Bionity.com - Apr 22 2014]
First reported Apr 22 2014 - Updated Apr 22 2014 - 1 reports

Host virulence-inducing signals in resistance [Plant Biology]

Jeffrey C. Anderson a , b , c , 1 , Ying Wan a , b , c , Young-Mo Kim d , Ljiljana Pasa-Tolic e , Thomas O. Metz d , and Scott C. Peck a , b , c , 1 a Division of Biochemistry, b Christopher S. Bond Life Sciences Center, and c Interdisciplinary ... [Published PNAS - Apr 22 2014]
First reported Apr 22 2014 - Updated Apr 22 2014 - 1 reports

Blue Light-Induced Proteomic Changes in Etiolated Arabidopsis Seedlings

Plants adapt to environmental light conditions by photoreceptor-mediated physiological responses, but the mechanism by which photoreceptors perceive and transduce the signals is still unresolved. Here, we used 2D difference gel electrophoresis (2D DIGE) ... [Published Journal of Proteome Research - Apr 22 2014]
First reported Apr 21 2014 - Updated Apr 21 2014 - 1 reports

Molecular Characterization and Expression Analysis of Chloroplast Protein Import Components in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)

The translocon at the outer envelope membrane of chloroplasts (Toc) mediates the recognition and initial import into the organelle of thousands of nucleus-encoded proteins. These proteins are translated in the cytosol as precursor proteins with cleavable ... [Published PLoS medicine - Apr 21 2014]
First reported Apr 21 2014 - Updated Apr 21 2014 - 1 reports

Study unmasks key operatives in plant immunity battle

Long before nations devised complex military strategies, plants had their own built-in systems for thwarting potential attacks by disease-causing microbes.Two new players in this mutual seek-and-destroy struggle between the plant and microbial worlds ... [Published Woodland Daily Democrat - Apr 21 2014]
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 18 2014 - 1 reports

Data from Tsinghua University Provide New Insights into Anions

(NewsRx) -- By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Proteomics Weekly -- Investigators discuss new findings in Anions. According to news reporting from Beijing, People's Republic of China, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Induction and secretion ... [Published NewsRX - Apr 18 2014]
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 18 2014 - 1 reports

New Findings Reported from University of Cambridge Describe Advances in Cytomegalovirus

(NewsRx) -- By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Virus Weekly -- Investigators publish new report on Herpesviridae Infections. According to news reporting originating from Cambridge, United Kingdom, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "In transgenic ... [Published NewsRX - Apr 18 2014]
First reported Apr 17 2014 - Updated Apr 17 2014 - 1 reports

Researchers from University of British Columbia Detail Findings in Biotechnology

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Biotech Week -- Investigators publish new report on Technology. According to news reporting from Vancouver, Canada , by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Purpose of work: The purpose of this study was to determine ... [Published HispanicBusiness.com - Apr 17 2014]
First reported Apr 16 2014 - Updated Apr 16 2014 - 1 reports

A nuclear-encoded chloroplast protein harboring a single CRM domain plays an important role in the ...

Although several chloroplast RNA splicing and ribosome maturation (CRM) domain-containing proteins have been characterized for intron splicing and rRNA processing during chloroplast gene expression, the functional role of a majority of CRM domain proteins ... [Published 7thSpace - Apr 16 2014]
First reported Apr 10 2014 - Updated Apr 11 2014 - 2 reports

Arabidopsis Assists Sugarcane in Battle with Drought

| ISAAADrought has always been a major abiotic factor affecting sugarcane production. Yield losses caused by drought have been known to reach nearly 50%. The transcription factor (TF) DREB2A activates the expression of downstream genes involved in abiotic ... [Published BioPortfolio - Apr 11 2014]

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According to the news reporters, the research concluded: "These results corroborate small effective population size as the promoter of self-fertilisation and have important implications for our understanding of species turnover, range limits and range dynamics."
"In effect, the plant and the attacking bacteria battle to take control of the biochemical process that initiates the plant's antibacterial immunity" Schwessinger said
The news correspondents obtained a quote from the research from Tsinghua University, "To systematically investigate the roles of different AtPAPs, we first identified knockout or knock-down... We're a pay-per-view site for premium content. If you'd like to purchase this article, it's only $3."
Professor Taylor, who co-ordinated the research, says: "Our findings provide the very first insight into how biochar stimulates plant growth - we now know that cell expansion is stimulated in roots and leaves alike and this appears to be the consequence of a complex signalling network that is focussed around two plant growth hormones. However, the finding for plant defence genes was entirely unpredicted and could have serious consequences for the commercial development and deployment of biochar in future. Any risk to agriculture is likely to prevent wide scale use of biochar and we now need to see which pest and pathogens are sensitive to the gene expression changes."

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Reports from University of Neuchatel Describe R... [Published 4 Traders - 1 hour ago]
Tor-interacting proteins (TIPs) and genes therefor [Published Free Patents Online - 19 hours ago]
University of Florida Among NASA Cargo Launchin... [Published SpaceRef - Apr 22 2014]
Genome-Wide Comparative Analysis of 20 Miniatur... [Published Bionity.com - Apr 22 2014]
Host virulence-inducing signals in resistance [... [Published PNAS - Apr 22 2014]
Blue Light-Induced Proteomic Changes in Etiola... [Published Journal of Proteome Research - Apr 22 2014]
Molecular Characterization and Expression Analy... [Published PLoS medicine - Apr 21 2014]
Study unmasks key operatives in plant immunity ... [Published Woodland Daily Democrat - Apr 21 2014]
Data from Tsinghua University Provide New Insig... [Published NewsRX - Apr 18 2014]
New study finds biochar stimulates more plant g... [Published AgroTimes.com - Apr 18 2014]
New Findings Reported from University of Cambri... [Published NewsRX - Apr 18 2014]
Deciphering gamma-decalactone biosynthesis in s... [Published BMC - Apr 17 2014]
A deep survey of alternative splicing in grape ... [Published 7thSpace - Apr 17 2014]
E I DU PONT DE NEMOURS : Patent Issued for Plan... [Published 4 Traders - Apr 17 2014]
Researchers from University of British Columbia... [Published HispanicBusiness.com - Apr 17 2014]
A nuclear-encoded chloroplast protein harboring... [Published 7thSpace - Apr 16 2014]
For Cells, Internal Stress Leads to Unique Shapes [Published Science Daily - Apr 16 2014]
Evolution of gene structure in the conifer Pice... [Published BMC - Apr 16 2014]
DNA Research: New Findings from National Instit... [Published NewsRX - Apr 16 2014]
Expression of a Truncated ATHB17 Protein in Mai... [Published PLoS medicine - Apr 15 2014]
Biologists develop nanosensors to visualize mov... [Published Bio-Medicine - Apr 15 2014]
Biologists develop nanosensors to visualize mov... [Published EurekAlert! - Apr 15 2014]
Biologists Develop Nanosensors to Visualize Mov... [Published Newswise - Apr 15 2014]
Embryo of Mature Tale Cress Plant [Published Scientific Computing - Apr 15 2014]
Vacuolar K+ controls stomatal activity [Plant B... [Published PNAS - Apr 15 2014]
Uridylation of miRNAs and 5' cleavage products ... [Published PNAS - Apr 15 2014]
Quantitative Proteomics Analysis Reveals That t... [Published Bionity.com - Apr 15 2014]
Evolution of the F-Box Gene Family in Euarchont... [Published PLoS medicine - Apr 14 2014]
Genome-wide analysis and expression profile of ... [Published 7thSpace - Apr 13 2014]
Genome-wide analysis and expression profile of ... [Published BMC - Apr 13 2014]
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Symbiosis and parasitism: The sorceress’s appre... [Published The Economist - Science & Technology - Apr 10 2014]
ANYONE who walks in the woods will be familiar with witches’ brooms (pictured). Many trees sport these bushy tumours, which have a variety of causes. An important one is a group of bacteria called phytoplasma that are, in turn, carried from plant to ...
Arabidopsis Assists Sugarcane in Battle with Dr... [Published CropBiotech Update - Apr 10 2014]
Drought has always been a major abiotic factor affecting sugarcane production. Yield losses caused by drought have been known to reach nearly 50%. The transcription factor (TF) DREB2A activates the expression of downstream genes involved in abiotic stress ...
[tt] [GRG] Non-coding DNA may have applicabilit... [Published TranshumanTech - Apr 01 2014]
http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2014-03/asop-nff033114.php New functions for 'junk' DNA? Non-coding DNA sequences found in all plants may have undiscovered roles in basic plant development and response to the environment IMAGE: This image shows ...
Scientists find a molecular clue to the complex... [Published WUSTL Science & Technology News - Mar 24 2014]
Graduate student David Korasick commuted between the Strader Lab, which specializes in genetics, and the Jez Lab, which has expertise in structural biology, to learn how plants control the effects of the master hormone auxin.   Wikipedia lists 65 ...
Genome-wide identification of long noncoding na... [Published Genome Research current issue - Mar 01 2014]
Recent research on long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) has expanded our understanding of gene transcription regulation and the generation of cellular complexity. Depending on their genomic origins, lncRNAs can be transcribed from intergenic or intragenic regions ...
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