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Genome-Wide Assessment of Efficiency and Specificity in CRISPR/Cas9 Mediated Multiple Site Targeting in Arabidopsis
Simultaneous multiplex mutation of large gene families using Cas9 has the potential to revolutionize agriculture and plant sciences. The targeting of multiple genomic sites at once raises concerns about the efficiency and ...
Zoospore interspecific signaling promotes plant infection by Phytophthora
(Biomed Central Ltd, 2010-12-07)
Background Oomycetes attack a huge variety of economically and ecologically important plants. These pathogens release, detect and respond to signal molecules to coordinate their communal behaviors including the infection ...
Effects of Cytokinin and Nitrogen on Drought Tolerance of Creeping Bentgrass
Physiological Effect of Cutting Height and High Temperature on Regrowth Vigor in Orchardgrass
Quantifying cover crop effects on soil health and productivity
The dataset presented here supports the research paper entitled "A calculator to quantify cover crop effects on soil health and productivity". Soil health (sometimes used synonymously with soil quality) is a concept that ...
LINbase: a web server for genome-based identification of prokaryotes as members of crowdsourced taxa
(Oxford University Press, 2020-03-30)
High throughput DNA sequencing in combination with efficient algorithms could provide the basis for a highly resolved, genome phylogeny-based and digital prokaryotic taxonomy. However, current taxonomic practice continues ...
Natural variation in stress response gene activity in the allopolyploid Arabidopsis suecica
Abstract Background Allopolyploids contain genomes composed of more than two complete sets of chromosomes that originate from at least two species. Allopolyploidy has been ...
Nitrogen Uptake and Use Efficiency in Sweet Basil Production under Low Tunnels
Low tunnels (LTs) enhance vegetative growth and production in comparison with open field, but it is not known whether nitrogen (N) requirements and use efficiency increase or decrease for optimal crop performance. Therefore, ...