O Kirioukhova, AJ Johnston, D Kleen, C Kägi… - …, 2011 - dev.biologists.org ... 10.1242/dev.060384 August 15, 2011 Development 138, 3409-3420. Research Article. Female gametophytic cell specification and seeddevelopment require the function of the putative Arabidopsis INCENP ortholog WYRD. ...
[HTML] from nih.govA Dave, ML Hernández, Z He… - The Plant Cell …, 2011 - Am Soc Plant Biol Arabidopsis thaliana COMATOSE (CTS) encodes an ABC transporter involved in peroxisomal import of substrates for β-oxidation. Various cts alleles and mutants disrupted in steps of peroxisomal β-oxidation have previously been reported to exhibit a severe block on seed germination. ... Cited by 4 - Related articles - All 4 versions
MT Raissig, C Baroux… - The Plant Cell Online, 2011 - Am Soc Plant Biol Genomic imprinting results in monoallelic gene expression in a parent-of-origin–dependent manner. It is achieved by the differential epigenetic marking of parental alleles. Over the past decade, studies in the model systems Arabidopsis thaliana and maize (Zea mays) have ... Cited by 5 - Related articles - All 4 versions
[HTML] from plos.orgJ Griffiths, JM Barrero, J Taylor, CA Helliwell… - PloS one, 2011 - dx.plos.org ... Current address: Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom. Introduction Top. Dormancy is an adaptive trait that is defined by the temporal inability of a seed to germinate under favourable conditions. Dormancy is initiated during seeddevelopment. ... Related articles - Cached - All 3 versions
C Seiler, VT Harshavardhan, K Rajesh… - Journal of …, 2011 - Soc Experiment Biol Drought is one of the most severe environmental stress factors limiting crop yield especially when occurring during anthesis and seed filling. This terminal drought is characterized by an excess production of the phytohormone abscisic acid (ABA) which plays an important role during ... Related articles - All 4 versions
P Jolivet, C Boulard, A Bellamy, B Valot… - Journal of Plant …, 2011 - Elsevier Despite the importance of seed oil bodies (OBs) as enclosed compartments for oil storage, little is known about lipid and protein accumulation in OBs during seed formation. OBs from rapeseed (Brassica napus) consist of a triacylglycerol (TAG) core surrounded by a phospholipid ...
G Mao, R Wang, Y Guan, Y Liu… - Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2011 - ASBMB Sulfurtransferases (STRs) catalyze the transfer of a sulfur atom from a donor to a suitable acceptor molecule. The Arabidopsis thaliana genome encodes 20 putative STR proteins. The biological functions of most are unclear. We found that STR1 and STR2 play important roles in ... Related articles - All 4 versions
EL Walker… - Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 2011 - Elsevier For human health, transition metal accumulation in edible seeds like cereal grains is of worldwide importance, since Fe and Zn deficiencies are among the most prevalent human nutritional disorders in the world. There have been many recent developments in our understanding of the ... Related articles - All 2 versions
[PDF] from biomedcentral.comC Bonghi, L Trainotti, A Botton, A Tadiello… - BMC Plant …, 2011 - biomedcentral.com ... purposes. Seeddevelopment, necessary for fruit set , is characterized by a fast endosperm growth that starts immediately after fertilization concurrently with the nucellus re- ... fruit development and embryogenesis. In fact, at harvest, seeddevelopment is still in ... Related articles - All 3 versions
CQ Zhang, Y Xu, Y Lu, HX Yu, MH Gu… - Planta, 2011 - Springer Abstract WRKY proteins are a large super family of transcriptional regulators primarily involved in various plant physiological programs. In present study, the expression profile and putative function of the WRKY transcriptional factor, WRKY78, in rice were identified. Real-time RT- ... Related articles - All 2 versions
AR Phillips… - Genetics, 2011 - Genetics Soc America Many higher eukaryotes have evolved strategies for the maternal control of growth and development of their offspring. In higher plants this is achieved in part by postmeiotic gene activity controlling the development of the haploid female gametophyte. stunter1 (stt1) is a novel, recessive, ... Related articles - All 3 versions
P Agarwal, S Kapoor… - BioEssays, 2011 - Wiley Online Library Seed development in this paper has been classified into the three landmark stages of cell division, organ initiation and maturation, based on morphological changes, and the available literature. The entire process proceeds at the behest of an interplay of various specific ... Related articles - All 3 versions
RH Ellis - Seed Science Research, 2011 - Cambridge Univ Press ... The results confirm that appreciable improvement in seed quality occurs during seeddevelopment and also subsequent maturation in japonica rice, but that increase in temperature from 28/208C to 34/268C during late seed filling onwards has comparatively little effect thereon. ... Related articles - All 3 versions
X Li, X Zhang, J Song, H Fan, G Feng… - Plant and soil, 2011 - Springer Abstract Controlled conditions were used to in- vestigate the relationship between ion distribution in developing seeds of two Suaeda salsa popula- tions and seed germination and seedling emergence. Seeds were harvested from S. salsa plants that had been treated with 1 or ... Related articles - All 4 versions
[HTML] from nih.govSY Jiang… - International Journal of Biological …, 2011 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov Rice pollen and seed development are directly related to grain yield. To further improve rice yield, it is important for us to functionally annotate the genes controlling pollen/seed development and to use them for rice breeding. Here we first carried out a genome-wide expression ... Related articles - All 11 versions
P Michael, KJ Steadman… - Seed Ecology II …, 2011 - espace.library.uq.edu.au Michael, P., Steadman, KJ and Plummer, JA (2007). Seed Development in Weedy Malva Parviflora L. (Malvaceae). In: S.Turner, D.Merritt, S.Clarke and et al., Proceedings of the Seed Ecology II Conference: 2nd International Society for Seed Science Meeting on Seeds and the ... Cached - All 3 versions
JY Huang, ZJ Jie, LJ Wang, XH Yan… - Molecular biology reports, 2011 - Springer Abstract To screen the genes related to Brassica napus seed development at pattern formation and maturation stages, the suppression subtractive cDNA libraries of B. napus cultivar Zhongshuang 6 were constructed with its embryos at 10 days after flowering (10 DAF) and 30 days after ... Cited by 3 - Related articles - All 4 versions
K Klubicová, M Danchenko, L Skultety… - Journal of …, 2011 - Elsevier Molecular characterization of crop plants grown in remediated, formerly radioactive, areas could establish a framework for future agricultural use of these areas. Recently, we have established a quantitative reference map for mature flax seed proteins (Linum usitatissimum L.) ... All 2 versions
S Mandal, P Bose, S Dawar, AP Rajarani… - Journal of …, 2011 - Springer Abstract In the recent years tremendous progress has been achieved in deconstructing the oil biosynthetic pathways, majority of which is in Arabidopsis. Glycolysis is funda- mental to this process as it is the cardinal supplier of precursors for fatty acid metabolism. Recent ... Related articles - All 2 versions
P Murugesan, H Haseela… - Indian Journal of …, 2011 - indianjournals.com A dwarf american oil palm (Elaeis oleifera) germplasm accession planted at Field gene Bank of Directorate of Oil Palm research, regional Station, Palode, Kerala state was studied for fruit, seed development and maturity. Seeds extracted during matured fruit development ...
GGJ Jose - 2012 - gradworks.umi.com Soybean (Glycine max [L] Merr.) seed isoflavones have long been considered a desirable trait to target in selection programs for their contribution to human health and plant defense systems. A continuing effort is being made to assess the beneficial or prejudicial aspects ... Cached
ZZZXL Huizhen, LXL Peipei - Journal of the Chinese Cereals and …, 2011 - en.cnki.com.cn The crude fat content and protein content in developing seeds for six perilla varieties were determined,and the fatty acid composition changes for two varieties were analyzed with gas chromatograph.Results:The accumulation of protein is basically completed in 10～20 d ... Related articles - Cached
N Nautiyal, S Yadav… - … in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 2011 - Taylor & Francis ... View all references) and are attributed to a decrease in the receptivity of stigma, affecting fertilization and seeddevelopment under Zn deficiency. ... In Cellular and molecular biology of plant seeddevelopment , Edited by: Larkins, BA and Vasil, IK 441–477. ...
[PDF] from usp.brP Brancalion, A Novembre… - Seed Science and …, 2011 - ingentaconnect.com ... & Technol., 39, 412-424 Seeddevelopment, yield and quality of two palm species growing in ... species. In this work, we studied seeddevelopment, yield, and quality of two palm species in different tropical forest types in SE Brazil. ... Related articles - All 2 versions
G Dean, YG Cao, DQ Xiang… - Molecular …, 2011 - mplant.oxfordjournals.org ... Gene expression during seeddevelopment has been examined in Arabidopsis (Le et al., 2010) and gene expression specifically in seed coats has been investigated in other species (Pang et al., 2004; Gallardo et al., 2007; Pang et al., 2008; Jiang and Deyholos, 2010). ... Related articles - All 2 versions
[HTML] from wssajournals.orgDJ Bentivegna… - Invasive Plant Science and Management, 2011 - BioOne Cutleaf teasel (Dipsacus laciniatus) is an exotic, invasive plant that infests roadsides and other minimally disturbed areas. Plants in established stands appear to be a mixture of rapidly growing rosettes and rosettes with developing reproductive structures. Research that is focused ... Cited by 1 - Related articles - All 2 versions
[HTML] from nih.govV Radchuk, D Weier, R Radchuk… - Journal of …, 2011 - Soc Experiment Biol ... Seed-specific βVPE is expressed during later seeddevelopment and is essential for processing of storage proteins in cotyledons (Shimada et al., 2003). The seed-specific δVPE is expressed in two inner cell layers of the early seed coat of Arabidopsis (Nakaune et al., 2005). ... Cited by 1 - Related articles - All 6 versions
FJ Valtueña, T Rodríguez-Riaño… - Plant …, 2011 - Taylor & Francis Seed formation involves not only the embryo and endosperm development, but also the formation of a series of either ephemeral or non-ephemeral structures. In this article, we study several of those structures in Cytisus multiflorus and Cytisus striatus. The endosperm development ... Related articles - All 3 versions
W CHEN, S MA… - Hubei Agricultural Sciences, 2011 - en.cnki.com.cn By paraffin wax slice techniques and germination method,effect of habitat on embryo development degree and relationship of fruit weight,seed number,kernel weight with germination rate had been studied in Paris polyphylla var.yunnanensis.The results showed that the embryo of ... Related articles - Cached
[HTML] from plos.orgX Guan, JJ Lee, M Pang, X Shi, DM Stelly… - PLoS ONE, 2011 - dx.plos.org PLoS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE. Reports of well-performed scientific studies from all disciplines freely available to the whole world. Related articles - Cached
RP Walker, A Battistelli, S Moscatello… - Plant Physiology and …, 2011 - Elsevier ... J. 317 (1996) 653-658. 464  RP Walker, Z.-H. Chen, LI T csi, F. Famiani, PJ Lea, RC Leegood, 465 Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase plays a role in interactions of carbon and nitrogen 466 metabolism during grape seeddevelopment, Planta 210 (1999) 9-18. ... All 2 versions
CY Li, WH Li, B Lee, A Laroche… - Canadian Journal of …, 2011 - pubs.aic.ca ... SEM. The results indicated that the pericarp tissue was the major site of starch deposition during early seeddevelopment, as numerous small starch granules were detected in the ovary wall at 3 DPA (Fig. 1A) and 6 DPA (Fig. ... Related articles
MS Watt, M Bloomberg… - Plant, Cell & …, 2011 - Wiley Online Library ... Don). Seed Science Research 19, 171–182. Bradford KJ (1995) Water relations in seed germination. In SeedDevelopment and Germination (eds J.Kigel & G.Galili), pp. 351–396. Marcel Dekker, New York, NY, USA. Bradford ... Related articles - All 3 versions
GE Su-jie - Journal of Anhui Agricultural Sciences, 2011 - en.cnki.com.cn The change and mechanism of ABA in regulating seed development,dormancy and germination were reviewed.During the seed development,dormancy and germination process,ABA content changed,which was affected by various factors,such as some correlated genes,light, ... Cached
[PDF] from notulaebotanicae.roK GHASEMI-GOLEZANI… - Not Bot Hort …, 2011 - notulaebotanicae.ro ... Fig. 1. Changes in 100 seed weight of three winter oilseed rape cultivars at different stages of seeddevelopment Fig. 2. Changes in seed viability of three winter oilseed rape cul- tivars at different stages of seeddevelopment Page 3. Ghasemi-Golezani K. et al. ... Related articles - View as HTML - All 4 versions
[PDF] from usask.caH Elsadr - 2011 - library2.usask.ca ... genotypes. By contrast, CT content peaked then leveled off 30 DAF in moderate and high CT genotypes. A reduction in CT content in the higher CT lines was observed in the final stages of seeddevelopment. Page 5. iv ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ...