Temperature induced changes in the Arabidopsis transcriptome

Dataset

Description

Plants developed plasticity to environmental conditions, such as temperature, that allows their adaptation. A change in ambient temperature leads to changes in the transcriptome in plants. Here we study changes in the splicing of Arabidopsis thaliana using an RNA-seq approach. Plants were growing in short day conditions (8h light/16h dark) at 16°C for 5 weeks and then moved to 25°C. We monitor changes in the transcriptome in the time, material was harvested 24h, 3 days and 5 days after the temperature change.
Date made available10 May 2017
PublisherWageningen University

Research Output

Arabidopsis thaliana ambient temperature responsive lncRNAs

Severing, E., Faino, L., Jamge, S., Busscher, M., Kuijer-Zhang, Y., Bellinazzo, F., Busscher-Lange, J., Fernández, V., Angenent, G. C., Immink, R. G. H. & Pajoro, A., 13 Jul 2018, In : BMC Plant Biology. 18, 1, 145.

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Open Access
  • 7 Citations (Scopus)

    Histone H3 lysine 36 methylation affects temperature-induced alternative splicing and flowering in plants

    Pajoro, A., Severing, E., Angenent, G. C. & Immink, R. G. H., 2017, In : Genome Biology. 18, 12 p., 102.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

    Open Access
  • 38 Citations (Scopus)

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    Pajoro, A. (Creator), Severing, E. I. (Creator), Immink, G. H. (Creator) (10 May 2017). Temperature induced changes in the Arabidopsis transcriptome. Wageningen University.