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using single‐plant‐omics in the field to link maize genes

using single‐plant‐omics in the field to link maize genes

Using single-plant-omics in the field to link maize genes ...

Using single-plant-omics in the field to link maize genes to functions and phenotypes ... grown in the same field and used the resulting data to predict the phenotypes of individual plants and the function of maize genes. We show that the field transcriptomes of individual plants contain as much information on maize gene function as traditional ...

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Using single‐plant‐omics in the field to link maize genes ...

2020-12-21  Using single‐plant‐omics in the field to link maize genes to functions and phenotypes Molecular Systems Biology Article21 December 2020 Open Access Using single-plant-omics in the field to link maize genes to functions and phenotypes

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Using single‐plant‐omics in the field to link maize genes ...

Using single-plant-omics in the field to link maize genes to functions and phenotypes Daniel Felipe Cruz1,2,†, Sam De Meyer1,2,†, Joke Ampe1,2, Heike Sprenger1,2, Dorota Herman1,2, Tom Van Hautegem1,2, Jolien De Block1,2, Dirk Inze1,2, Hilde Nelissen1,2 Steven Maere1,2,*

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Using single-plant -omics in the field to link maize genes ...

2020-4-6  1 Using single-plant -omics in the field to link maize genes to 2 functions and phenotypes 3 4 Daniel Felipe Cruza,b,§, Sam De Meyera,b,§, Joke Ampea,b, Heike Sprengera,b, Dorota 5 Hermana,b, Tom Van Hautegema,b, Jolien De Blocka,b, Dirk Inzé a,b, Hilde Nelissena,b, 6 and Steven Maere a,b,*.

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Using single-plant -omics in the field to link maize genes ...

2020-4-6  Using single-plant -omics in the field to link maize genes to functions and phenotypes Daniel Felipe Cruz, Sam De Meyer, Joke Ampe, Heike Sprenger, Dorota Herman, Tom Van Hautegem, Jolien De Block, Dirk Inzé, Hilde Nelissen,

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Using single‐plant‐omics in the field to link maize genes ...

2020-12-21  Using single-plant-omics in the field to link maize genes to functions and phenotypes. Daniel Felipe Cruz. ... grown in the same field and used the resulting data to predict the phenotypes of individual plants and the function of maize genes. We show that the field transcriptomes of individual plants contain as much information on maize gene ...

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Using single‐plant‐omics in the field to link maize genes ...

Most of our current knowledge on plant molecular biology is based on experiments in controlled laboratory environments. However, translating this knowledge from the laboratory to the field is often not straightforward, in part because field growth conditions are very different from laboratory conditions. Here, we test a new experimental design to unravel the molecular wiring of plants and ...

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Using single‐plant‐omics in the field to link maize genes ...

Molecular Systems Biology (2020-12-01) . Using single‐plant‐omics in the field to link maize genes to functions and phenotypes

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(PDF) Omics Approaches in Maize Improvement

74 OMICS Application s in Crop Science. provides at least 30 % of the food calories to more than 4.5 bil lion people in 94 develop ing. countries. Maize ha s historically been

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Omics-based hybrid prediction in maize SpringerLink

2017-6-24  Key message Complementing genomic data with other “omics” predictors can increase the probability of success for predicting the best hybrid combinations using complex agronomic traits. Abstract Accurate prediction of traits with complex genetic architecture is crucial for selecting superior candidates in animal and plant breeding and for guiding decisions in personalized medicine. Whole ...

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Identification of 118 Arabidopsis transcription factor and ...

2007-8-1  Using single-plant-omics in the field to link maize genes to functions and phenotypes. Cruz DF, De Meyer S, Ampe J, Sprenger H, Herman D, Van Hautegem T, De Block J, Inzé D, Nelissen H, Maere S. Mol Syst Biol, 16(12):e9667, 01 Dec 2020

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(PDF) Enhancing Our Understanding of Plant Cell-to-Cell ...

2021-8-5  FIGURE 1 Schematic representation of the analysis of plant cell-to-cell interaction using single-cell omics technologies. Plant organs ar e composed by physically. interacting somatic cells that ...

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Holo-omics for deciphering plant-microbiome interactions ...

2021-3-24  Table 1 Recent studies employing holo-omics in the field of plant microbiome research. This table lists twenty recent publications from the period of 2014 through 2020 that employ a holo-omics approach to explore plant and microbial interactions within the above or below ground plant microbiome. A subset of these studies is also indicated in ...

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VIB - VIB-UGent Center for Plant Systems Biology

2 天前  Such further integration is a prerequisite for running complex integrative biology projects on climate change involving e.g. field trials, massive -omics data generation with single-cell resolution, phenotyping, data integration for gene function inference, model building for trait prediction, genome editing of candidate genes, and validation ...

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Increasing phytoremediation efficiency and reliability ...

2014-5-1  Omics technologies can be applied at multiple scales to assay biological responses to soil contaminants. In the context of environmental biotechnology, plants and microbes are the main targets of studies aiming to link genetic structure to function using omics-based approaches. Single-organism omics (i) Cultured microorganisms

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An integrated “omics” approach to the characterization of ...

2014-11-20  To identify the key elements controlling grain production in maize, it is essential to have an integrated view of the responses to alterations in the main steps of nitrogen assimilation by modification of gene expression. Two maize mutant lines (gln1.3 and gln1.4), deficient in two genes encoding cytosolic glutamine synthetase, a key enzyme involved in nitrogen assimilation, were previously ...

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Unraveling lipid metabolism in maize with time‐resolved ...

2018-1-31  With respect to lipid metabolism in maize, a recent effort based on the integration of the findings from (i) a GWAS of fatty acids using 368 maize inbred lines, (ii) QTL mapping of oil concentration and composition in the maize kernel of maize, using a B73 × By804 recombinant inbred ine (RIL) population, and (iii) a co-expression network based ...

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What Are Omics Sciences? SpringerLink

2017-8-11  The word omics refers to a field of study in biological sciences that ends with -omics, such as genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, or metabolomics. The ending -ome is used to address the objects of study of such fields, such as the genome, proteome, transcriptome, or metabolome, respectively. More specifically genomics is the science that ...

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Bulk to Individuality: Specifying Plants’ Cellular ...

2019-1-1  15.2.4.2. Pollen Grain Proteomics. Proteomics study in isolated individual pollen provides one of the most comprehensive data sets in plant single-cell omics (Dai and Chen, 2012).Pollen proteomics studies were carried out in a good number of plant taxa including Arabidopsis, tomato, rice, maize, and Lilium spp. among angiosperms and Picea meyeri, Pinus bungeana, and Pinus strobes among ...

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Plants Free Full-Text OMICs, Epigenetics, and Genome ...

The incredible success of crop breeding and agricultural innovation in the last century greatly contributed to the Green Revolution, which significantly increased yields and ensures food security, despite the population explosion. However, new challenges such as rapid climate change, deteriorating soil, and the accumulation of pollutants require much faster responses and more effective ...

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Unraveling Root Development Through Single-Cell Omics

2021-5-4  For single-cell omics analyses, the plant cell wall is normally enzymatically digested allowing cell disaggregation to generate protoplasts (Birnbaum et al., 2005). As protoplasting facilitates high throughput processing in subsequent single-cell isolation methods, it has become one of the preferred techniques to disaggregate plant cells ...

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Holo-omics for deciphering plant-microbiome interactions ...

2021-3-24  Table 1 Recent studies employing holo-omics in the field of plant microbiome research. This table lists twenty recent publications from the period of 2014 through 2020 that employ a holo-omics approach to explore plant and microbial interactions within the above or below ground plant microbiome. A subset of these studies is also indicated in ...

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Increasing phytoremediation efficiency and reliability ...

2014-5-1  Omics technologies can be applied at multiple scales to assay biological responses to soil contaminants. In the context of environmental biotechnology, plants and microbes are the main targets of studies aiming to link genetic structure to function using omics-based approaches. Single-organism omics (i) Cultured microorganisms

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Frontiers State of the Field in Multi-Omics Research ...

2020-12-10  Multi-omics, variously called integrated omics, pan-omics, and trans-omics, aims to combine two or more omics data sets to aid in data analysis, visualization and interpretation to determine the mechanism of a biological process. Multi-omics efforts

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'Omics' Sciences: Genomics, Proteomics, and

Genomics is an entry point for looking at the other ‘omics’ sciences. The information in the genes of an organism, its genotype, is largely responsible for the final physical makeup of the organism, referred to as the “phenotype”. However, the environment also has

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Unraveling lipid metabolism in maize with time‐resolved ...

2018-1-31  With respect to lipid metabolism in maize, a recent effort based on the integration of the findings from (i) a GWAS of fatty acids using 368 maize inbred lines, (ii) QTL mapping of oil concentration and composition in the maize kernel of maize, using a B73 × By804 recombinant inbred ine (RIL) population, and (iii) a co-expression network based ...

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Field multi-omics analysis reveals a close association ...

2021-4-23  The plant root-associated environments such as the rhizosphere, rhizoplane, and endosphere are different from the outer soil region (bulk soil).

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Bulk to Individuality: Specifying Plants’ Cellular ...

2019-1-1  15.2.4.2. Pollen Grain Proteomics. Proteomics study in isolated individual pollen provides one of the most comprehensive data sets in plant single-cell omics (Dai and Chen, 2012).Pollen proteomics studies were carried out in a good number of plant taxa including Arabidopsis, tomato, rice, maize, and Lilium spp. among angiosperms and Picea meyeri, Pinus bungeana, and Pinus strobes among ...

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Multi-omics analysis of the development and fracture ...

2019-6-3  The maize stalk is an important mechanical supporting tissue. The stalk fracture resistance is closely related to lodging resistance, and thus the yield. In this study, we showed that the basal ...

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Method of the Year: spatially resolved transcriptomics ...

2021-1-6  The spatial method draws on BGI’s acquisition of technology from Complete Genomics, Inc. and is slated for release sometime in 2021. BGI has made chips for spatial analysis of

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