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Transcriptional response of rice flag leaves to restricted external phosphorus supply during grain filling in rice cv. IR64

, Omar Pantoja, Abdul Baten, Cecile C. Julia. Formal analysis: Kwanho Jeong. Funding acquisition: Matthias Wissuwa, Terry J. Rose. Investigation: Kwanho Jeong, Cecile C. Julia. Methodology: Kwanho ... Jeong, Omar Pantoja, Daniel Waters, Tobias Kretzschmar, Terry J. Rose. Project administration: Terry J. Rose. Software: Kwanho Jeong, Abdul Baten. Supervision: Daniel Waters, Matthias Wissuwa, Sigrid

Genome and transcriptome sequencing characterises the gene space of Macadamia integrifolia (Proteaceae)

Background The large Gondwanan plant family Proteaceae is an early-diverging eudicot lineage renowned for its morphological, taxonomic and ecological diversity. Macadamia is the most economically important Proteaceae crop and represents an ancient rainforest-restricted lineage. The family is a focus for studies of adaptive radiation due to remarkable species diversification in...

Complete chloroplast genome of Macadamia integrifolia confirms the position of the Gondwanan early-diverging eudicot family Proteaceae

Catherine J Nock 0 Abdul Baten 0 Graham J King 0 0 Southern Cross Plant Science, Southern Cross University , Military Road, NSW, Lismore, 2480 , Australia Background: Sequence data from the

Characterization of Bacterial Communities Associated with the Tyrian Purple Producing Gland in a Marine Gastropod

Dicathais orbita is a marine mollusc recognised for the production of anticancer compounds that are precursors to Tyrian purple. This study aimed to assess the diversity and identity of bacteria associated with the Tyrian purple producing hypobranchial gland, in comparison with foot tissue, using a high-throughput sequencing approach. Taxonomic and phylogenetic analysis of...

Comparison of sequence variants in transcriptomic control regions across 17 mouse genomes

The laboratory mouse is the most widely used mammalian model organism in biomedical research, so a thorough annotation of functional variation in the mouse genome would be of significant value. In this study, we compared sequence variation in a comprehensive list of functional elements (e.g. promoters, enhancers and CTCF binding sites) across 17 inbred mouse strains. Sequences...