E-GEOD-47195 - SALT-RESPONSIVE ERF1 expression profiling in rice roots
Released on 17 September 2013, last updated on 13 May 2015
To identify genes that are regulated by SERF1, we performed expression profiling on roots of serf1 and wild-type plants under standard growth conditions. Plants were grown for 4 weeks at (day/night) 26/22°C, 75/70% relative humidity with a day-length of 12 h and a light intensity of 700 µmol m-2 s-1. Seeds of serf1 T-DNA lines and Nipponbare wild type were placed on hydroponic boxes with full-strength Yoshida medium (Yoshida et al., 1971) using styrofoam adaptors. For each genotype 3 biological replicates were separately isolated and measured.
transcription profiling by array
Jos Schippers <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Bernd Mueller-Roeber, Jos H Schippers, Romy Schmidt
SALT-RESPONSIVE ERF1 is a negative regulator of grain filling and gibberellin-mediated seedling establishment in rice. Schmidt R, Schippers JH, Mieulet D, Watanabe M, Hoefgen R, Guiderdoni E, Mueller-Roeber B.