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arabidopsis thaliana

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arabidopsis thaliana
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    • Arabidopsis thaliana is an important model organism in plant biology with a broad geographic distribution including ecotypes from Africa, America, Asia, and Europe. The natural variation of different ecotypes is expected to be reflected to a substantial degree in their genome sequences. Array comparative genomic hybridization (Array-CGH) can be used to quantify the natural variation of different ecotypes at the DNA level. Besides, such Array-CGH data provides the basics to establish a genome-wide map of DNA copy number variation for different ecotypes...

    Michael Seifertet al. Array-based Genome Comparison of Arabidopsis Ecotypes using Hidden Mar...

    • Arabidopsis thaliana is a small flowering plant of the mustard family. It has a four to five week generation time, can be selfor cross-pollinated and bears as many as 104 seeds per plant. Many visible and biochemical mutations exist and have been mapped by recombination to one of the five chromosomes that comprise the haploid karyotype...

    Leslie S. Leutwileret al. The DNA of Arabidopsis thaliana

    • Arabidopsis thaliana is a conventional plant adopted for various studies on plants. On Arabidopsis thaliana leaf there are trichomes whose initiation and distribution are of interest to biologists. Partial dierential equations models for studying pattern formations are quite complicated. Moreover, usage of these models for the leaf in the initial stage of growth is unclear...

    Akinwumi S. Michaelet al. Modelling Pattern Formation in Biology: Distribution of Trichomes in A...

    • The Arabidopsis thaliana is a well defined and a suited system to study plant development at the cellular level...

    Bernardo Garciaet al. Automatic Tracking of Arabidopsis thaliana Root Meristem in Confocal M...

    • Arabidopsis thaliana is a small herbaceous plant which is used as a model plant for defining the molecular basis of many plant processes...

    E. Delhaizeet al. Screening Arabidopsis for mutants in mineral nutrition

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