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identifier PRJDB686
type bioproject
organism Sorghum bicolor
title RNA-seq in bloomless sorghum
description Sorghum has greater tolerance than the other major crops (rice, wheat, barley, and maize) to hot and dry environments; the profuse amount of epicuticular wax (bloom) on the sorghum plant plays an important role in protecting the tissues from abiotic stresses such as drought and ultraviolet light. However, the bloomless mutant, which has reduced levels of epicuticular wax, is not a preferred host of greenbug (Schizaphis graminum) and is resistant to sheath blight (Rhizoctonia solani Kuehn) (Kasuga et al. 2001). As greenbug and sheath blight cause serious yield losses, the bloomless phenotype is a useful trait for agricultural crops in the temperate zone and in relatively humid areas.Here, we used gamma irradiation to generate a bloomless (bm) sorghum mutant with normal growth but reduced epicuticular wax content. To directly identify the gene responsible for the phenotype, we applied massive parallel sequencing of RNA and compared expressed genes between the wild type and the bm mutant.
data type Transcriptome or Gene Expression
sra-run  DRR014978DRR014979DRR014980DRR014981DRR014982DRR014983DRR014984DRR014985DRR014986DRR014987 More
sra-submission  DRA001265DRA001266
biosample  SAMD00012567SAMD00012564SAMD00012565SAMD00012569SAMD00012566SAMD00012568SAMD00012553SAMD00012552SAMD00012554SAMD00012555 More
sra-study  DRP001330DRP001331
sra-sample  DRS013229DRS013230DRS013231DRS013232DRS013233DRS013234DRS013235DRS013236DRS013237DRS013238 More
sra-experiment  DRX013472DRX013473DRX013474DRX013475DRX013476DRX013477DRX013478DRX013479DRX013480DRX013481 More
distribution JSONJSON-LD
ddbj_core_bioproject.xml  HTTPS FTP
status public
visibility unrestricted-access
dateCreated 2012-10-19T08:17:34+09:00
dateModified 2014-04-24T01:43:40+09:00
datePublished 2014-04-24T01:43:40+09:00