E-MEXP-664 - Transcription profiling of Medicago truncatula radicles incubated in polyethylene glycol solution and embryos at different time points after pollination to study dessication tolerance
Released on 30 April 2006, last updated on 3 June 2014
Time course of the transcriptome of desiccation-sensitive 2.7-2.9 mm-long radicles of Medicago truncatula seeds at different time points during incubation in a polyethylene glycol (PEG) solution at -1.7 MPa and 10°C, resulting in a gradual re-establishment of desiccation tolerance. Gene profiling was also performed on embryos before (14 days after pollination) and after acquisition of desiccation tolerance during maturation (20 days after pollination).
compound treatment, physiological process, time series, transcription profiling by array
helge Kuster <email@example.com>, Julia Buitink <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Alice Le Bars, Anke Becker, Benoit Ly Vu, Isabelle Guisle, Jean J Leger, Nolwenn Le Meur, Olivier Leprince, Sylvie Wuillème
Transcriptome profiling uncovers metabolic and regulatory processes occurring during the transition from desiccation sensitive to –tolerant stages in Medicago truncatula seeds. Julia Buitink; Jean Leger; Isabelle Guisle; Benoit Ly Vu; Sylvie Wuillème; Alice Le Bars; Nolwenn Le Meur; Anke Becker; helge Küster; Olivier Leprince.