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Deep sequencing reveals important roles of microRNAs in response to drought and salinity stress in cotton.

Xie F, Wang Q, Sun R, Zhang B - J. Exp. Bot. (2014)

Bottom Line: CitationRank-based literature mining was employed to determinhe the importance of genes related to drought and salinity stress.The NAC, MYB, and MAPK families were ranked top under the context of drought and salinity, indicating their important roles for the plant to combat drought and salinity stress.These results will contribute to cotton stress-resistant breeding as well as understanding fibre development.

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Affiliation: Department of Biology, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858, USA.

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Heatmaps of (A) the top 50 most abundant conserved miRNAs and (B) the top 50 most abundant novel miRNAs in control, salt, and drought libraries in cotton. Red, up-regulated; green, down-regulated.
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Figure 3: Heatmaps of (A) the top 50 most abundant conserved miRNAs and (B) the top 50 most abundant novel miRNAs in control, salt, and drought libraries in cotton. Red, up-regulated; green, down-regulated.

Mentions: The overall expression of identified miRNAs was similar between control and salinity tratment, but not between control and drought treatment (data not shown). According to the heatmap for the 50 most abundant known miRNAs and novel miRNAs that represent 99.80% and 99.33% of the total expression abundance of known miRNAs and novel miRNAs, respectively, control treatment is closer to drought treatment for known miRNAs (Fig. 3A), whereas overall novel miRNAs in drought treatment were expressed more similarly to salt treatment relative to control treatment (Fig. 3B).


Deep sequencing reveals important roles of microRNAs in response to drought and salinity stress in cotton.

Xie F, Wang Q, Sun R, Zhang B - J. Exp. Bot. (2014)

Heatmaps of (A) the top 50 most abundant conserved miRNAs and (B) the top 50 most abundant novel miRNAs in control, salt, and drought libraries in cotton. Red, up-regulated; green, down-regulated.
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Figure 3: Heatmaps of (A) the top 50 most abundant conserved miRNAs and (B) the top 50 most abundant novel miRNAs in control, salt, and drought libraries in cotton. Red, up-regulated; green, down-regulated.
Mentions: The overall expression of identified miRNAs was similar between control and salinity tratment, but not between control and drought treatment (data not shown). According to the heatmap for the 50 most abundant known miRNAs and novel miRNAs that represent 99.80% and 99.33% of the total expression abundance of known miRNAs and novel miRNAs, respectively, control treatment is closer to drought treatment for known miRNAs (Fig. 3A), whereas overall novel miRNAs in drought treatment were expressed more similarly to salt treatment relative to control treatment (Fig. 3B).

Bottom Line: CitationRank-based literature mining was employed to determinhe the importance of genes related to drought and salinity stress.The NAC, MYB, and MAPK families were ranked top under the context of drought and salinity, indicating their important roles for the plant to combat drought and salinity stress.These results will contribute to cotton stress-resistant breeding as well as understanding fibre development.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Biology, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858, USA.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus