An engineer's view on regulation of seed development

Trends in Plant Science
Astrid JunkerHelmut Bäumlein


The recently proposed Systems Biology Graphical Notation (SBGN) represents a flexible system of nomenclature for the description of biological networks, comparable to the notation employed by designers of electronic circuits. It allows the uniform and unambiguous display of complex biological information. Here we present an application of SBGN to describe processes occurring during seed development in Arabidopsis thaliana. Representative network maps can be accessed via the open resource RIMAS web portal.


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