E-MTAB-1582 - Transcription profiling by array of A. thaliana roots control vs interaction with Hieracium pilosella roots to investigate gene expression
Released on 28 January 2014, last updated on 3 June 2014
Plant roots perceive neighbouring roots even when resource depletion is low. The transcriptomic response to the presence or absence of an inferior competitor (Hieracium pilosella) is therefore examined in roots of A. thaliana. The experiment was set up in pots filled with non-sterile sand, that allowed to sample roots of eight week old Arabidopsis plants. 3 biological replicates per treatment were examined. Each of these replicates represents 3 pooled samples from individual plants.
transcription profiling by array, co-expression, in vivo, stimulus or stress
Belowground neighbor perception in Arabidopsis thaliana studied by transcriptome analysis: roots of Hieracium pilosella cause biotic stress. Schmid,C.; Bauer,S.; Müller,B.; Bartelheimer,M. Front. Plant Sci., 4:296 (2013), Europe PMC 23967000