Brassica rapa

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Name: Brassica rapa
First reported Oct 21 2014 - Updated Oct 21 2014 - 1 reports

The Endogenous Nitric Oxide Mediates Selenium-Induced Phytotoxicity by Promoting ROS Generation in Brassica rapa

by Yi Chen, Hai-Zhen Mo, Liang-Bin Hu, You-Qin Li, Jian Chen, Li-Fei YangSelenium (Se) is suggested as an emerging pollutant in agricultural environment because of the increasing anthropogenic release of Se, which in turn results in phytotoxicity. The ... [Published Plosone.org - Oct 21 2014]
First reported Oct 21 2014 - Updated Oct 21 2014 - 1 reports

Selenium Inhibits Root Elongation by Repressing the Generation of Endogenous Hydrogen Sulfide in Brassica rapa

by Yi Chen, Hai-Zhen Mo, Mei-Yu Zheng, Ming Xian, Zhong-Qiang Qi, You-Qin Li, Liang-Bin Hu, Jian Chen, Li-Fei YangSelenium (Se) has been becoming an emerging pollutant causing severe phytotoxicity, which the biochemical mechanism is rarely known. Although ... [Published Plosone.org - Oct 21 2014]
First reported Oct 19 2014 - Updated Oct 19 2014 - 2 reports

The role of small RNAs in wide hybridisation and allopolyploidisation between Brassica rapa and Brassica nigra

1 Department of Horticulture, College of Agriculture and Biotechnology, Zhejiang University, Yuhangtang Road No.866, Hangzhou 310058, Zhejiang Province, P. R. China2 Key Laboratory of Horticultural Plant Growth, Development, and Biotechnology, Agricultural ... [Published BMC - Oct 19 2014]
First reported Oct 14 2014 - Updated Oct 14 2014 - 1 reports

BraLTP1, a Lipid Transfer Protein Gene Involved in Epicuticular Wax Deposition, Cell Proliferation and Flower Development in Brassica napus

by Fang Liu, Xiaojuan Xiong, Lei Wu, Donghui Fu, Alice Hayward, Xinhua Zeng, Yinglong Cao, Yuhua Wu, Yunjing Li, Gang WuPlant non-specific lipid transfer proteins (nsLTPs) constitute large multigene families that possess complex physiological functions, ... [Published Plosone.org - Oct 14 2014]
First reported Sep 22 2014 - Updated Sep 22 2014 - 1 reports

Genome-wide identification and analysis of the growth-regulating factor family in Chinese cabbage ...

Growth regulating factors (GRFs) have been shown to play important roles in plant growth and development. GRF genes represent a large multigene family in plants.Recently, genome-wide structural and evolutionary analyses of the GRF gene families in Arabidopsis, ... [Published 7thSpace - Sep 22 2014]
First reported Sep 15 2014 - Updated Sep 15 2014 - 1 reports

Regulatory Network of Secondary Metabolism in Brassica rapa: Insight into the Glucosinolate Pathway

by Dunia Pino Del Carpio, Ram Kumar Basnet, Danny Arends, Ke Lin, Ric C. H. De Vos, Dorota Muth, Jan Kodde, Kim Boutilier, Johan Bucher, Xiaowu Wang, Ritsert Jansen, Guusje BonnemaBrassica rapa studies towards metabolic variation have largely been focused ... [Published Plosone.org - Sep 15 2014]
First reported Sep 15 2014 - Updated Sep 15 2014 - 1 reports

UGA scientists part of team that sequences complex canola genome

UGA Regents Professor Andrew Paterson heads the university's Plant Genome Mapping Laboratory. Photo by Andrew Tucker An international team of scientists including researchers from UGA recently published the genome of Brassica napus— commonly known as ... [Published University of Georgia - Sep 15 2014]

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...doors to accelerating the improvement of canola," said Andrew Paterson, Regents Professor and director of UGA's Plant Genome Mapping Laboratory. "We can use this knowledge to tailor the plant's flowering time, make it more resistant to disease and improve a myriad of other traits that will make it more profitable for production in Georgia and across the country."
"SWEETs are key transporters for transporting photosynthates from leaves to seeds and we believe that the nectarial SWEET9 sugar transporter evolved around the time of the formation of the first floral nectaries, and that this process may have been a major step in attracting and rewarding pollinators and thus increasing the genetic diversity of plants" Frommer said
By sequencing Brassica rapa, researchers were able to access half of oilseed rape "s genes without having to wrestle with its large and complicated genome."

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The Endogenous Nitric Oxide Mediates Selenium-I... [Published Plosone.org - Oct 21 2014]
Selenium Inhibits Root Elongation by Repressing... [Published Plosone.org - Oct 21 2014]
The role of small RNAs in wide hybridisation an... [Published BMC - Oct 19 2014]
The role of small RNAs in wide hybridisation an... [Published 7thSpace - Oct 19 2014]
BraLTP1, a Lipid Transfer Protein Gene Involved... [Published Plosone.org - Oct 14 2014]
Genome-wide identification and analysis of the ... [Published 7thSpace - Sep 22 2014]
Regulatory Network of Secondary Metabolism in B... [Published Plosone.org - Sep 15 2014]
UGA scientists part of team that sequences comp... [Published University of Georgia - Sep 15 2014]
Nectar: Sweet Reward from Plants to Attract Pol... [Published Science Daily - Mar 17 2014]
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