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Flower-to-fruit transition depends of nutrient availability and regulation at the molecular level by sugar and hormone signalling crosstalk. However, in most species, the identities of fruit initiation regulators and their targets are largely unknown. To ascertain the main pathways involved in...

Authors
Domingos, S.; Fino, J.; Paulo, O. S.; Oliveira, C. M.; Goulao, L. F.
Publisher
Elsevier Ireland Ltd
Publication
Plant Science, 2016, 244, pp 40-56
CAB ReviewFull Text

Plants possess a sophisticated array of systems with which to sense and respond to their internal and external environment. Biological changes triggered by such systems represent examples of phenotypic plasticity. One aspect of phenotypic plasticity that has recently emerged is transgenerational...

Date
October 2015
Subjects
defence mechanisms; disease resistance; DNA methylation; environmental factors; epigenetics; gene expression; induced resistance; inheritance; mutants; mutations; persistence; pest resistance; phenotypic variation; plant diseases; plant ecology; plant pests; reviews; stress; stress response
Authors
Prashant Singh; Roberts, M. R.
News Article

Scientists have identified genetic traits in cattle that might allow farmers to breed livestock with increased resistance to bovine tuberculosis...

Date
February 2014
AbstractFull Text

Imidazolinone-herbicide-resistant Clearfield® (CL) rice permits the selective chemical control of weedy rice (Oryza sativa), a major weed problem in South-East Asian rice growing countries. However, there is major concern involving resistant individuals resulting from gene flow as the cultivated...

Authors
Engku, A. K.; Norida, M.; Juraimi, A. S.; Rafii, M. Y.; Abdullah, S. N. A.; Alam, M. A.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Publication
Plant, Soil and Environment, 2016, 62, 1, pp 16-22

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