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MicroRNAs and their putative targets in Brassica napus seed maturation

BMC Genomics

Mar 2, 2013

Daiqing HuangAdrian J Cutler

Abstract

MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are 20-21 nucleotide RNA molecules that suppress the transcription of target genes and may also inhibit translation. Despite the thousands of miRNAs identified and validated in numerous plant species, only small numbers have been identified from the oilseed crop plant...read more

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Seed Development
Structure of Placental Cotyledon
Gene Regulatory Networks
Flowering
Gene Expression Regulation, Plant
Germination
Hypocotyl
Cotyledon plant
RNA, Plant
LUC7L3 gene
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MicroRNAs and their putative targets in Brassica napus seed maturation

BMC Genomics

Mar 2, 2013

Daiqing HuangAdrian J Cutler

PMID: 23448243

DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-14-140

Abstract

MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are 20-21 nucleotide RNA molecules that suppress the transcription of target genes and may also inhibit translation. Despite the thousands of miRNAs identified and validated in numerous plant species, only small numbers have been identified from the oilseed crop plant...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Seed Development
Structure of Placental Cotyledon
Gene Regulatory Networks
Flowering
Gene Expression Regulation, Plant
Germination
Hypocotyl
Cotyledon plant
RNA, Plant
LUC7L3 gene
1
59

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