Dormant and after-ripened seeds are distinguished by early transcriptional differences in the imbibed state

  • Bas Dekkers (Creator)
  • Simon P. Pearce (Creator)
  • Marieke van Bolderen-Veldkamp Utrecht University (Creator)
  • Michael J. Holdsworth (Creator)
  • Leonie Bentsink (Creator)

Dataset

Description

We analyzed the transcriptome of dormant and after-ripened imbibed seeds of the Arabidopsis accession Cape verde Islands.
Date made available24 Aug 2016
PublisherWageningen University

Research Output

Dormant and after-ripened Arabidopsis thaliana seeds are distinguished by early transcriptional differences in the imbibed state

Dekkers, B. J. W., Pearce, S. P., van Bolderen-Veldkamp, M., Holdsworth, M. J. & Bentsink, L., 30 Aug 2016, In : Frontiers in Plant Science. 7, 1323.

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    Dekkers, B. (Creator), Pearce, S. P. (Creator), van Bolderen-Veldkamp, M. (Creator), Holdsworth, M. J. (Creator), Bentsink, L. (Creator) (24 Aug 2016). Dormant and after-ripened seeds are distinguished by early transcriptional differences in the imbibed state. Wageningen University.