Combined networks regulating seed maturation.

Combined networks regulating seed maturation – ScienceDirect

Our knowledge of the regulation of seed maturation mainly concerns storage, particularly seed storage proteins (SSPs). Storage is regulated by the concerted action of hormonal, genetic and metabolic controls and constitutes a good illustration of combined networks involved in the regulation of seed maturation.

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Seed maturation is an important phase of seed development during which embryo growth ceases, storage products accumulate, the protective tegument differentiates and tolerance to desiccation

Combined networks regulating seed maturation: Trends in

Our knowledge of the regulation of seed maturation mainly concerns storage, particularly seed storage proteins (SSPs). Storage is regulated by the concerted action of hormonal, genetic and metabolic controls and constitutes a good illustration of combined networks involved in the regulation of seed maturation.

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Combined networks regulating seed maturation – cell.com

the regulation of seed maturation mainly concerns storage, particularly seed storage proteins (SSPs). Storage is regulated by the concerted action of hormonal, genetic and metabolic controls and constitutes a good illustration of combined networks involved in the regulation of seed maturation.

Combined networks regulating seed maturation | Olivier Van

This was confirmed when and are discussed in this review, which provides an NCED6 and NCED9 were shown to be required for ABA overview of the combined networks regulating seed biosynthesis during maturation …

Combined networks regulating seed maturation – Umeå Plant

Combined networks regulating seed maturation Trends in Plant Science: 2007 12(7):294-300 Abstract Seed maturation is an important phase of seed development during which embryo growth ceases, storage products accumulate, the protective tegument differentiates and tolerance to desiccation develops, leading to seed dormancy.

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Combined networks regulating seed maturation. Seed maturation is an important phase of seed development during which embryo growth ceases, storage products accumulate, the protective tegument differentiates and tolerance to desiccation develops, leading to seed dormancy. The spatial and temporal regulation of all these processes requires

Molecular networks regulating Arabidopsis seed maturation

Establishment of dormancy during seed maturation is regulated by networks of transcription factors with overlapping and discrete functions. Following desiccation, after‐ripening determines germination potential and, surprisingly, recent observations suggest that transcriptional and post‐transcriptional processes occur in the dry seed.

Seed maturation: Simplification of control networks in

A: During normal seed development, a complex auto- and inter-transcriptional network between the three AFL (ABI3, FUS3 and LEC2) controls the initiation and the progression of the different processes of the seed maturation phase . This network controls the synthesis and the accumulation of protein and lipid reserves in the seed.

Regulation of the seed to seedling developmental phase

A network of local and redundant gene regulation governs Arabidopsis seed maturation. Plant Cell 2006, 18:1642–1651. Yamamoto, A, Kagaya, Y, Usui, H, Hobo, T, Takeda, S, Hattori, T. Diverse roles and mechanisms of gene regulation by the Arabidopsis seed maturation master regulator FUS3 revealed by microarray analysis.

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Combinatorial Networks Regulating Seed Development and

Combinatorial Networks Regulating Seed Development and Seed Filling 193 analysis of transcriptome changes during early seed development identified transcripts of sixteen loci that were exclusively of maternal origin, suggesting a general mechanism for delayed paternal genome expression in plants (Grimanelli et al., 2005).