These results suggest that these same genes are expressed coordinately in non-vascular plants; this coordinate expression may have been one of the prerequisites for the development of conducting tissues in plants.
We have also analyzed the phylogeny of conserved proteins that may be involved in phloem function and development.
In order to understand this transition, we study our phylogenetic-siblings, the unicellular holozoans, which hold the key to discerning what we have inherited from our ancestor and what is unique in us. Núria, Alicia and Alberto teaching molecular tools to understand marine diversity to young students from the Barcelona International Young Science Challenge (BIYSC). Xavier defends his Ph D at University of Barcelona.
Given there is no appropriate model organism for studying this transition, we are developing tools to convert these organisms into experimentally tractable model systems. 6026) Centre Mediterrani D'Investigacions Marines i Ambientals (CMIMA) Pg.
We have previously identified conserved motifs in upstream regions of the Arabidopsis genes, encoding the homologs of pumpkin phloem sap m RNAs, displaying expression in vascular tissues.
This tissue-specific expression in Arabidopsis is predicted by the overrepresentation of GA/CT-rich motifs in gene promoters.
Therefore, q PCR assays are commonly used for gene expression studies and validation of high throughput transcriptome analyses.
population allowed the localisation of maturity date locus to a 220 kb region of the peach genome.
Batsch): selection of several cultivars with differing MD would be advantageous to cover and extend the marketing season.
Aims of this work were the fine mapping and identification of candidate genes for the major maturity date locus previously identified on peach linkage group 4.
Expression stability was determined with the ge Norm module of qbase .
This analysis showed that different sets of two or three reference genes are required for analysis of q PCR data in different experimental conditions in murine cardiac research..