E-MEXP-3888 - Transcription profiling by array of Lycopersicon esculentum plants subjected to four treatments: mock-inoculated, virus-infected, spider mite infestation and virus + spider mite infestation
Released on 15 May 2013, last updated on 3 June 2014
Five-week old tomato plants were subjected to four treatments: 1) mock-inoculated, 2) virus-infected, 3) spider mite infestation, and 4) virus + spider mite infestation. Plant tissue was harvested from each treatment after 7-days, frozen in liquid nitrogen and stored in -80 degree Celsius until use.
transcription profiling by array, all pairs, co-expression, disease state design, organism status design
Tomato spotted wilt virus benefits a non-vector arthropod, Tetranychus urticae, by modulating different plant responses in tomato. Nachappa P, Margolies DC, Nechols JR, Whitfield AE, Rotenberg D. :e75909 (2013), Europe PMC 24058708
Tomato spotted wilt virus benefits a non-vector arthropod, Tetranychus urticae, by modulating different plant responses in tomato.