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Developmental profiles of 19,611 barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) gene transcripts during the first 24 hours of germination by RNA-seq

La Trobe University
Professor James Whelan (Principal investigator) Dr Oliver Berkowitz (Aggregated by) Mr Andrew Robinson (Enriched by) Ruijie Liu (Aggregated by)
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The developmental profiles of 19,611 barley gene transcripts were precisely defined in the purified tissues and in whole grain during the first 24 hours of germination by RNA-seq. Spatial and temporal patterns of transcription were validated against well-defined data on enzyme activities both in whole grain and in isolated tissues. Transcript profiles of genes involved in mitochondrial assembly and function were used to validate the very early stages of germination. The data will be broadly applicable for the interrogation of co-expression and differential expression patterns and for the identification of transcription factors that are important in the early stages of grain and seed germination.

Created: 2017

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Isolation of Tissues and Preservation of RNA from Intact, Germinated Barley Grain

doi : 10.1111/tpj.13600

Article Citation: Betts, N. S., Berkowitz, O., Liu, R., Collins, H. M., Skadhauge, B., Dockter, C., Burton, R. A., Whelan, J. and Fincher, G. B. (2017), Isolation of Tissues and Preservation of RNA from Intact, Germinated Barley Grain. Plant J. Accepted Author Manuscript. doi:10.1111/tpj.13600

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La Trobe University RNAseq Database

doi : 10.4225/22/592fa09c2f852

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