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A first step in understanding an invasive weed through its genes: an EST analysis of invasive Centaurea maculosa

BMC Plant Biology

May 26, 2007

Amanda K BrozJorge M Vivanco

Abstract

The economic and biological implications of plant invasion are overwhelming; however, the processes by which plants become successful invaders are not well understood. Limited genetic resources are available for most invasive and weedy species, making it difficult to study molecular and...read more

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A first step in understanding an invasive weed through its genes: an EST analysis of invasive Centaurea maculosa

BMC Plant Biology

May 26, 2007

Amanda K BrozJorge M Vivanco

PMID: 17524143

DOI: 10.1186/1471-2229-7-25

Abstract

The economic and biological implications of plant invasion are overwhelming; however, the processes by which plants become successful invaders are not well understood. Limited genetic resources are available for most invasive and weedy species, making it difficult to study molecular and...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

EL931658
EL931447
EL931349
EL930689
EL931512
EL931200
EL930698
EL930702
EL931528
Metabolic Process, Cellular

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Transposable Elements

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Expression of genes are thought to be involved in signaling pathways, which are important for cell growth, metabolism, apoptosis and more. It is thought that gene expression plays a part in the signaling pathways that implicates the biological effects of the cell. Here is the latest research on signal transduction and the control of gene expression.

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