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Alternative splicing in Arabidopsis thaliana
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Alternative splicing in Arabidopsis thaliana, Home, for supplemental information for the Mockler lab’s genome-wide mapping of alternative splicing in Arabidopsis, the Arabidopsis transcriptome at single-base resolution using the Illumina platform for ultrahigh, that at least ∼42% of intron-containing genes in Arabidopsis are alternatively spliced, in Arabidopsis thaliana. Genome Res. 2010 Jan;20(1):45-58. Epub 2009 Oct 26. PMID: 19858364
2nd Plant Cell paper published
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The second of two papers in Plant Cell in the last month has just been published.  the both describe genes that we cloned from the original Lahner et al. ionomics screen. This one is "Sphingolipids in the Root Play an Important Role in Regulating t ...
Ionome in Arabidopsis thaliana". A great collaboration between our group and several groups working, palmitoyltransferase is essential for plant viability. Arabidopsis thaliana contains two genes, , Tsc10p. Heterologous expression in yeast of either Arabidopsis gene restored, in Arabidopsis, 3-KDS reductase activity was reduced to 10% of wild-type levels in the loss, biosynthesis in the Arabidopsis tsc10a mutant leads an altered leaf ionome, including increases in Na
Dr. Fangfang Ma
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Dr. Fangfang Ma joined in the Allen lab in August 2011 as a postdoctoral associate. Pursuing her Ph.D degree in horticultural sciences at Cornell University, Fangfang has established a combined protocol to profile a large number of primary metabolite ...
Dr. Fangfang Ma, Dr. Fangfang Ma joined in the Allen lab in August 2011 as a postdoctoral associate. Pursuing her Ph.D degree in horticultural sciences at Cornell University, Fangfang has established a combined protocol to profile a large number of primary metabolites in apple and is now working with isotopic labeling to investigate metabolism of Arabidopsis and soybean tissues with inorganic and organic 13C substrates. This work will lead to flux analysis that can guide metabolic engineering
Cell Structure
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39 North Innovation District Plan Unveiled Cell Structure Arabidopsis Anther TEM Arabidopsis flower SEM Arabidopsis pollen-tapetum Arbuscule medicago-GI Camelina cotyledon, , arabidopsis Passion flower pollen Petunia style wall Volvox Setaria lf chloroplasts Soybean
Burst of Morning Gene Activity Tells Plants When to Flower
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“This work showed us that plants are integrating many different signals together when making the critical decision of when to flower,” Dr. Nusinow said.
basis of flowering under natural long-day conditions in Arabidopsis, published today in the journal, something unexpected in Arabidopsis thaliana plants grown in natural environments, with implications, that scientists had not previously seen in Arabidopsis, a model plant that is widely studied, saw only an evening peak of FT gene activity, had been conducted on Arabidopsis plants grown indoors, solstice are similar to the standardized, artificial "long-day" growing conditions for Arabidopsis
Meet 13th Annual Fall Symposium Speaker: Dr. David Baulcombe
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Illumina Lecture presented by, Professor Sir David Baulcombe, Regius Professor of Botany, Royal Society Research Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge.   "RNA silencing and heritable epigenetic effects in tomato and ...
Meet 13th Annual Fall Symposium Speaker: Dr. David Baulcombe, Illumina Lecture presented by, Professor Sir David Baulcombe, Regius Professor of Botany, Royal Society Research Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge. "RNA silencing and heritable epigenetic effects in tomato and Arabidopsis" RNA silencing and heritable epigenetic effects in tomato and Arabidopsis, recent analysis of interspecific Solanum hybrids and intraspecific hybrids of Arabidopsis thaliana
(Biotechniques) Plants in the CRISPR
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Blake Meyers of the Danforth Center has been using CRISPR to introduce single-nucleotide changes in plant microRNAs in Arabidopsis. 
(Biotechniques) Plants in the CRISPR, Blake Meyers of the Danforth Center has been using CRISPR to introduce single-nucleotide changes in plant microRNAs in Arabidopsis. “It gives us a very powerful tool to make very small changes, kind of what we might think of as subtle changes that can have dramatic effects on processing,” he says. He’s also been collaborating on a project with Yang where they’ve been looking at the impact of cutting out 70-kilobase chunks of the maize genome, which they can
New Paper in PLosONE
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Anthony Becker was an undergraduate summer intern in the lab as part of the  Danforth Center NSF-REU program. He did a great job learning how to code in R and the basics of mapping genetics.  Tony worked to apply methods developed to map genes using ...
. The availability of the genomic polymorphism data in Arabidopsis thaliana, coupled with the efficient, , we analyzed hybridizations of natural accessions to the Arabidopsis ATSNPTILE array and simulated, population of a Sulfur and Selenium ionomics mutant to both the Arabidopsis ATTILE1R and ATSNPTILE arrays, show that a SNP array designed for the model plant Arabidopsis can be used for several established
Meet 13th Annual Fall Symposium Speaker: Dr. Jonathan Jones
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Dr. Jones will be speaking during the Danforth Center's Fall Symposium on Wednesday, September 28 on the topic, "Insights into host/pathogen interactions derived from analysis of pathogen genomes." Dr. Jones received his Ph.D. in plant genetics, was ...
now emphasizes investigating the effector complements of the Arabidopsis oomycete pathogens
Meet 13th Annual Fall Symposium Speakers
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Dr. Ute Krämer, Head of the Department and Full Professor, Department of Plant Physiology, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum will be speaking at the Danforth Center’s Fall Symposium on Thursday, September 29, 2011. Dr. Ute Krämer is a Professor of Plant Ph ...
underlying extreme traits in Arabidopsis relatives and continued her work during a post-doc at Rutgers, Plant Physiology in Potsdam, Germany, she developed Arabidopsis halleri as a model for comparative, the topic “Metal hyperaccumulation in Arabidopsis halleri – an extreme, complex trait." The in depth, to gain an improved understanding of plant adaptation. Their primary model species, Arabidopsis halleri, among Arabidopsis halleri individuals originating from metal-contaminated as well as from non