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ROS signaling in cotton ovule epidermal cells is necessary for fiber initiation

bioRxiv

Nov 19, 2013

mingxiong pangThea Wilkins

Abstract

Cotton ( Gossypium hirsutum ) fiber, an extremely elongated and thickened single cell of the seed epidermis, is the world’s most important natural and economical textile fiber. Unlike Arabidopsis leaf trichomes, fiber initials are randomly developed and frequently form in adjacent seed ...read more

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Patterns
Trichomes
Salicylhydroxamic acid
Hydrogen Peroxide
Tm1 protein, Drosophila
Arabidopsis
Epidermal Cell
Plant Ovule
Gossypium
Transcription Initiation
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ROS signaling in cotton ovule epidermal cells is necessary for fiber initiation

bioRxiv

Nov 19, 2013

mingxiong pangThea Wilkins

PMID: 990000745

DOI: 10.1101/000745

Abstract

Cotton ( Gossypium hirsutum ) fiber, an extremely elongated and thickened single cell of the seed epidermis, is the world’s most important natural and economical textile fiber. Unlike Arabidopsis leaf trichomes, fiber initials are randomly developed and frequently form in adjacent seed ...read more

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Patterns
Trichomes
Salicylhydroxamic acid
Hydrogen Peroxide
Tm1 protein, Drosophila
Arabidopsis
Epidermal Cell
Plant Ovule
Gossypium
Transcription Initiation

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