Identification, expression, and functional analysis of CLE genes in radish (Raphanus sativus L.) storage root

MS Gancheva, IE Dodueva, MA Lebedeva, VE Tvorogova, AA Tkachenko, LA Lutova

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Background. Radish (Raphanus sativus L.) is a widespread agricultural plant forming storage root due to extensive secondary growth which involves cambium proliferation and differentiation of secondary conductive tissues. Closely related to the model object Arabidopsis thaliana, radish is a suitable model for studying processes of secondary growth and storage root development. CLE peptides are a group of peptide phytohormones which play important role in the regulation of primary meristems such as SAM, RAM, and procambium, as well as secondary meristems. However, the role of CLE peptides in lateral growth of root during storage root formation has not been studied to date. Results. In present work we studied the role of CLE peptides in the development of storage root in radish. We have identified 18 CLE genes of radish (RsCLEs) and measured their expression in various plant organs and also at different stages of root development in R. sativus and Raphanus raphanistrum – its close relative which does not form st
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ЖурналBMC Plant Biology
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2016
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