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Researchers at the CBGP have characterized two homologous proteins with a central role in the control of flowering time, a developmental process with a direct impact on crop yield. These two proteins are plant specific regulators of gene expression that control master genes of flowering. The mechanism is described in an article published in The Plant Cell.
Many pathogens have the ability to be transmitted through more than one route: horizontally (between host individuals that are not parent and offspring) and vertically (from parent to offspring). Using a plant-virus system, CBGP researchers find evidence that pathogen virulence depends on which of these two transmission ways predominates in the virus life cycle.
Executing SADI services in Galaxy - J. Biomed. Semantics.
C1A cysteine protease-cystatin interaction in leaf senescence - Journal of Experimental Botany.
Light regulates virulence in the plant pathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv tomato DC3000 - Environmental Microbiology.
The AtCathB3 gene, encoding a cathepsinB-like protease, down-regulated by GBF1, affects seed germination and post-germination - Journal of Experimental Botany.
Salt stress is a tremendous threat for agricultural production - Journal of Plant Physiology.
Potassium (K+) in plants - Journal of Plant Physiology.
RNA biology in the fungal eukaryotic kingdom - Springer International Publishing Switzerland.
Automatic detection and resolution of measurement-unit conflicts in aggregated data - BMC Medical Genomics.
Plant chromatin warms up in Madrid - Epigenetics.
Centre for Plant Biotechnology and Genomics U.P.M. – I.N.I.A. Parque Científico y Tecnológico de la U.P.M. Campus de Montegancedo