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Tuesday, 2014/08/26 | 07:56:30

Sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] has branched panicles with primary, secondary, and tertiary branches. These inflorescence branches are composed of a terminal triplet spikelet, consisting of one sessile (directly attached to the branch) and two pedicellate (spikelets attached to the branch through a short pedicel), followed by one or more spikelet pairs (one sessile and one pedicellate).

Sunday, 2014/08/24 | 08:23:18

A major problem for the pepper (Capsicum annuum) industry is the root rot disease caused by Phytophthora capsici (Pc), to which all commercial varieties suffer yield losses despite good management practices and available landraces with high levels of resistance. A high-density map with 3887 markers was generated in a set of recombinant inbred lines (RIL) derived from the highly resistant Capsicum annuum accession Criollo de Morelos-334 and Early Jalapeño.

Friday, 2014/08/22 | 10:38:45

Acute promyelocytic leukemia (APL) is a model for oncoprotein-targeted therapy because induced degradation of the promyelocytic leukemia protein–retinoic acid receptor (PML–RAR) fusion protein by retinoic acid and arsenic trioxide essentially eradicates the disease. Here we elucidate a previously unidentified feature of the PML domain, demonstrating that inhibition of cellular senescence may be the key to cell proliferation.

Thursday, 2014/08/21 | 07:54:07

Saffron is a triploid, sterile species whose red stigmas constitute the most expensive spice on Earth. The color, the taste, and the aroma of the spice are owed to the crocus-specific apocarotenoid accumulation of crocetin/crocins, picrocrocin, and safranal. Through deep transcriptome analysis, we identified a novel carotenoid cleavage dioxygenase (CCD) whose expression profile parallels the production of crocetin.

Wednesday, 2014/08/20 | 07:56:18

The Red Queen hypothesis proposes that host defense genes evolve to counter the adverse effects of rapidly evolving invasive viruses. Although 3D structures of host–viral protein complexes have provided great insights into the molecular conflicts between them, a single structure represents only an evolutionary snapshot. Here we present the atomic details of the step-by-step arms race between tomato mosaic virus replication protein and the host inhibitor protein Tm-1, in which host recognition of a viral molecule, viral adaptive evasion of the recognition, host counteradaptation, and viral counter-counteradaptation are depicted by determination of the complex structures of Tm-1 variants and the viral protein and by biochemical analyses and molecular dynamics simulations of the interactions between these proteins.

Tuesday, 2014/08/19 | 13:21:46

The study is an overview of the behavior of the wheat transcriptome to the Fusarium graminearum fungus using two different chemotypes. The transcriptome profiles of seven putative differentially expressed defense-related genes were identified by SSH and further examined using qPCR.

Monday, 2014/08/18 | 08:02:21

In the natural world, genotype expression is influenced by an organism’s environment. Identifying and understanding the genes underlying phenotypes in different environments is important for making advances in fields ranging from evolution to medicine to agriculture. With the availability of genome-wide genetic-marker datasets, it is possible to look for genes that interact with the environment.

Saturday, 2014/08/16 | 13:57:12

Hexaploid bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L., genome BBAADD) is generally more salt tolerant than its tetraploid wheat progenitor (Triticum turgidum L.). However, little is known about the physiological basis of this trait or about the relative contributions of allohexaploidization and subsequent evolutionary genetic changes on the trait development. Here, we compared the salt tolerance of a synthetic allohexaploid wheat (neo-6x) with its tetraploid (T. turgidum; BBAA) and diploid (Aegilops tauschii; DD) parents, as well as a natural hexaploid bread wheat (nat-6x).

Friday, 2014/08/15 | 08:11:50

The order and orientation (arrangement) of all 91 sequenced scaffolds in the 12 pseudomolecules of the recently published tomato (Solanum lycopersicum, 2n = 2x = 24) genome sequence were positioned based on marker order in a high-density linkage map. Here, we report the arrangement of these scaffolds determined by two independent physical methods, bacterial artificial chromosome–fluorescence in situ hybridization (BAC-FISH) and optical mapping.

Wednesday, 2014/08/13 | 08:05:40

Delivery of nucleotide sugar substrates into the Golgi apparatus and endoplasmic reticulum for processes such as cell wall biosynthesis and protein glycosylation is critical for plant growth and development. Plant genomes encode large families of uncharacterized nucleotide sugar transporters that are specifically presumed to deliver the diverse array of nucleotide sugars found in plants.

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