E-MEXP-443 - Transcription profiling of Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings after exposure to low R/FR light for a short and a long period of time
Released on 1 March 2006, last updated on 3 May 2014
Aim of the experiment is the identification of regulatory genes rapidly induced by low R/FR and still up-regulated after prolonged exposure to FR-rich light. To this end, gene expression changes were analysed in Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings after exposure to low R/FR light for a short and a long period of time. The experiment was designed to enable comparison between treated and untreated Arabidopsis seedlings.
transcription profiling by array, growth condition
Ida Ruberti <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Andrea Ciolfi, Francesca Mittempergher, Giorgio Morelli, Giovanna Sessa, Jorg Becker, Marco Possenti, Massimiliano Sassi, Monica Carabelli
A dynamic balance between gene activation and repression regulates the shade avoidance response in Arabidopsis. Sessa, Giovanna; Carabelli, Monica; Sassi, Massimiliano; Ciolfi, Andrea; Possenti, Marco; Mittempergher, Francesca; Becker, Jorg; Morelli, Giorgio; Ruberti, Ida.
Dynamics of the Shade-Avoidance Response in Arabidopsis. Andrea Ciolfi; Giovanna Sessa; Massimiliano Sassi; Marco Possenti; Samanta Salvucci; Monica Carabelli; Giorgio Morelli; Ida Ruberti. Plant Physiol 163(1):331, Europe PMC 23893169