Combined transcriptome and translatome analyses reveal a role for tryptophan dependent auxin biosynthesis in the control of DOG1 dependent seed dormancy

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Transcriptome and translatome analyses of 6 and 24 hours imbibed seeds dormant and non-dormant seeds of NILDOG1-Cvi with and without addition of the transcription inhibitor Cordycepin. NILDOG1-Cvi is the Ler WT containing an introgression of the Cvi accession on chromosome 5, which includes the DOG1 gene.
Date made available23 Oct 2017
PublisherWageningen University

Research Output

Combined transcriptome and translatome analyses reveal a role for tryptophan-dependent auxin biosynthesis in the control of DOG1-dependent seed dormancy

Bai, B., Novák, O., Ljung, K., Hanson, J. & Bentsink, L., Feb 2018, In : New Phytologist. 217, 3, p. 1077-1085

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    Bai, B. (Creator), Novák, O. (Creator), Ljung, K. (Creator), Hanson, J. (Creator), Bentsink, L. (Creator) (23 Oct 2017). Combined transcriptome and translatome analyses reveal a role for tryptophan dependent auxin biosynthesis in the control of DOG1 dependent seed dormancy. Wageningen University.