E-GEOD-34899 - Autotoxicity mechanism of Oryza Sativa: Microarray analysis of rice plants in response to allelochemical ferulic acid
Released on 22 July 2013, last updated on 2 June 2014
Autotoxicity plays an important mechanism in regulating plant productivity. Ferulic acid (FA) is phytotoxic and was identified in extracts and residues of rice plants as a candidate for rice allelochemicals. To help characterize the autotoxicity mechanism of rice, we present the first large-scale, transcriptomic analysis of rice root responses to ferulic acid. Two-condition experiment, short exposures and long exposures. Comparison of mock control and rice seedlings treated with 50 ppm ferulic acid (FA) during short (pooled from 1- and 3-h treatments), as compared to long (24 h) exposures.; Biological replicates: 3 control replicates (short and long exposures), 3 FA-treated replicates (short and long exposures).
transcription profiling by array
Wen-Chang Chi <email@example.com>, Chang-Hung Chou, Hao-Jen Huang, Yu-Chywan Hsiung, Yun-An Chen
Autotoxicity mechanism of Oryza sativa: transcriptome response in rice roots exposed to ferulic acid. Chi WC, Chen YA, Hsiung YC, Fu SF, Chou CH, Trinh NN, Chen YC, Huang HJ. , Europe PMC 23705659