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Perturbation of cortical microtubules affects <i>XTH</i> transcript abundance during shade avoidance.

By Rashmi Sasidharan (530359), Diederik H. Keuskamp (530360), Rik Kooke (530361), Laurentius A. C. J. Voesenek (235731) and Ronald Pierik (530362)


<p>(<b>A–E</b>) Relative transcript abundance of five <i>XTH</i> genes in petioles of Col-0 plants after 24 h of white light (white bars) or green shade (gray bars) treatment with or without oryzalin pre-treatment. Values are expressed on a log2 fold scale and were normalized using <i>AtUBQ10</i> as an internal control. Data points represent means ± SE (n = 5). Different letters above each bar indicate statistically significant differences (P<0.05, Tukey's <i>b</i> test).</p

Topics: Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, proteins, Model organisms, Plant and algal models, Arabidopsis thaliana, Plant science, Plant cell biology, Plant cell wall, Plant ecology, Plant-environment interactions, Plant biochemistry, Plant genetics, Plant growth and development, Plant physiology, cortical, microtubules, transcript, abundance
Year: 2014
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0090587.g006
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