high-throughput sequencing of black pepper root

MOLECULAR MECHANISMS UNDERLYING SALMONELLA

Through high-throughput sequencing analysis we compared the compositions of the Salmonella mutant pools that remained on the food surfaces before and after select storage conditions A total of 78 and 71 Salmonella genes displayed significant selection on almond and tomato surfaces respectively after 7 days of ambient storage (plt 0 05) Single-gene deletion and complementation mutants

PtRFdb: a database for plant transfer RNA

Advancements in high throughput sequencing technologies led to the Transfer RNA derived small RNAs targeting defense responsive genes are induced during Phytophthora capsici infection in black pepper (Piper nigrum L ) Front Plant Sci 7 767 Google Scholar Crossref Search ADS PubMed 15 Wang Y Li H Sun Q et al (2016) Characterization of small RNAs derived from tRNAs rRNAs

Plant Disease: Vol 102 No 7

Plant Disease is the leading international journal for rapid reporting of research on new emerging and established plant diseases The journal publishes papers that describe translational and applied research focusing on practical aspects of disease diagnosis development and management in agricultural and horticultural crops

Comparison of Fungal Community in Black Pepper

by the vanilla root system In summary the black pepper-vanilla system harbored a lower abundance of Fusarium oxysporum in the vanilla rhizosphere soil and increased the putatively plant-beneficial fungal groups such as Trichoderma and Penicillium genus which could explain the healthy growth of vanilla in the soil of the long-term continuously cropped black pepper field Thus

Functional Soil Microbiome: Belowground Solutions to an

There is considerable evidence in the literature that beneficial rhizospheric microbes can alter plant morphology enhance plant growth and increase mineral content Of late there is a surge to understand the impact of the microbiome on plant health Recent research shows the utilization of novel sequencing techniques to identify the microbiome in model systems such as Arabidopsis

High‐throughput physiological phenotyping and screening

Novel high‐throughput selection systems have been developed to enable the rapid screening of large plant populations in controlled pre‐field environments The aim of these systems is to identify individual plants showing improved behavior under particular conditions at an early stage of their life cycle prior to the mandatory large‐scale field trials To date most of these methods

Sequencing and characterization of leaf transcriptomes of

Nicotiana belongs to the Solanaceae family that includes important crops such as tomato potato eggplant and pepper Nicotiana species are of worldwide economic importance and are important model plants for scientific research Here we present the comparative analysis of the transcriptomes of six wild diploid Nicotiana species

MOLECULAR MECHANISMS UNDERLYING SALMONELLA

Through high-throughput sequencing analysis we compared the compositions of the Salmonella mutant pools that remained on the food surfaces before and after select storage conditions A total of 78 and 71 Salmonella genes displayed significant selection on almond and tomato surfaces respectively after 7 days of ambient storage (plt 0 05) Single-gene deletion and complementation mutants

Transfer RNA Derived Small RNAs Targeting Defense

A high-throughput systematic analysis of the small RNAome (sRNAome) revealed the predominance of 5 ′ tRFs in the infected leaf and root The abundance of 5 ′ tRFs in the sRNAome and the defense responsive genes as their potential targets indicated their regulatory role during stress response in black pepper The 5 ′ Ala CGC tRF mediated cleavage was experimentally mapped at the tRF

A Whole

In this study we report a whole-genome single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP)-based evolutionary approach to study the epidemiology of a multistate outbreak of Salmonella enterica subsp enterica serovar Montevideo This outbreak included 272 cases that occurred in 44 states between July 2009 and April 2010 A case-control study linked the consumption of salami made with contaminated black and

Genome

Previously we identified miRNAs and some of their targets through high-throughput sequencing in pepper 15 Another study identified that pepper miRNAs regulate transcription factors which may play an important role in plant development via a trans-omics approach 26 In addition there is a study covering the evolutionary relationship of miR482/2118 superfamily and resistance genes in

Plant Gene Expression Analysis

Read how the root transcriptome of black pepper was sequenced by the NGS SOLiD platform Learn how to perform an RNA-Seq study Review results on the functional characterization of kumquat Xcc-responsive genes using Life Technologies TaqMan gene expression assays in BMC Plant Biology

ABUNDANCE OF PLANT

One hundred and twenty soil and plant root samples were randomly collected from pepper fields and examined Results showed that six genera of plant-parasitic nematodes were recorded The most frequently observed and widely distributed nematode species were Helicotylenchus multicinctum followed by Meloidogyne spp and Scutellonema bradys with frequencies of occurrence of 48 2 34 8

Study Accession List

High throughput sequencing of small RNAs from black pepper (Piper nigrum L ) root bacterium JGI BulkP12A06 Genome sequencing: SRP053796: Bacillaceae bacterium JGI RhizI21F02 Genome sequencing : SRP053797: Enhydrobacter sp JGI RhizO11B08 Genome sequencing: SRP053798: Candidatus Pelagibacter sp HIMB1321 Genome sequencing: SRP053799: Fat Regulatory T Cells Drive

Comparison of Fungal Community in Black Pepper

by the vanilla root system In summary the black pepper-vanilla system harbored a lower abundance of Fusarium oxysporum in the vanilla rhizosphere soil and increased the putatively plant-beneficial fungal groups such as Trichoderma and Penicillium genus which could explain the healthy growth of vanilla in the soil of the long-term continuously cropped black pepper field Thus

Functional Soil Microbiome: Belowground Solutions to an

Recently initiated high-throughput analysis characterized the core microbiome in the model plant Arabidopsis and indicated that the host genotype has a small but measurable effect on the microbes inhabiting the endophyte compartment of the root (Bulgarelli et al 2012 Lundberg et al 2012)

PtRFdb: a database for plant transfer RNA

Advancements in high throughput sequencing technologies led to the Transfer RNA derived small RNAs targeting defense responsive genes are induced during Phytophthora capsici infection in black pepper (Piper nigrum L ) Front Plant Sci 7 767 Google Scholar Crossref Search ADS PubMed 15 Wang Y Li H Sun Q et al (2016) Characterization of small RNAs derived from tRNAs rRNAs

Effects of continuous cropping of sugar beet ( Beta

22 06 2020High-throughput sequencing (HTS) which is based on Illumina Hiseq 2500 platform was used to reveal the effects of continuous cropping of sugar beet on its endophytic and soil bacterial community structures and diversity We clarify the bacterial diversity and community structures in each sample including the seeds of sugar beet non-continuous cropping sugar beet with its rhizosphere

Jasmonic acid‐mediated defense suppresses

We used a high‐throughput‐sequencing approach to compare the global gene expression of Rice black ‐streaked dwarf virus (RBSDV )‐infected rice plants with that of healthy plants Exogenous hormone applications and transgenic rice were used to test RBSDV infectivity and pathogenicity Our results revealed that the jasmonic acid (JA ) pathway was induced while the brassinosteroid (BR

Jasmonic acid‐mediated defense suppresses

We used a high‐throughput‐sequencing approach to compare the global gene expression of Rice black ‐streaked dwarf virus (RBSDV )‐infected rice plants with that of healthy plants Exogenous hormone applications and transgenic rice were used to test RBSDV infectivity and pathogenicity Our results revealed that the jasmonic acid (JA ) pathway was induced while the brassinosteroid (BR

Sequencing and characterization of leaf transcriptomes of

Nicotiana belongs to the Solanaceae family that includes important crops such as tomato potato eggplant and pepper Nicotiana species are of worldwide economic importance and are important model plants for scientific research Here we present the comparative analysis of the transcriptomes of six wild diploid Nicotiana species

Genome Technology Research Unit

Genome Technology Research Unit focuses on addressingbiological questions through advanced post-genomics and functional genomic platform technology namely next generation sequencing (NGS) high-throughput proteomics bioinformatics high performance computing and applications of geographic informatics technology

Bsqueda

La Biblioteca Virtual en Salud es una coleccin de fuentes de informacin cientfica y tcnica en salud organizada y almacenada en formato electrnico en la Regin de Amrica Latina y el Caribe accesible de forma universal en Internet de modo compatible con las bases internacionales

Rhizosphere bacterial and fungal communities

Background Angelica sinensis seedlings are grown in alpine uncultivated meadow soil with rainfed agroecosystems to ensure the quality of A sinensis after seedling transplantation The aim was to investigate the rhizosphere bacterial and fungal communities during the growth stages of A sinensis seedlings Methods The bacterial and fungal communities were investigated by HiSeq sequencing of

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Transcriptome analysis of potato phosphorus

2014) Transcriptome analysis of one black pepper root has identified the functions of many important genes involved in biotechnological breeding the pathogen response and defence processes (Cordo et al 2012) Taken together these studies demonstrate that transcriptome sequencing is a rapid and