Early paternal gene activity in Arabidopsis

Vielle-Calzada, Jean-Philippe; Baskar, Ramamurthy; Grossniklaus, Ueli
December 2001
Nature;12/13/2001, Vol. 414 Issue 6865, p709
Academic Journal
Examines the paternal gene activity of Arabidopsis. Variations of gene expression in paternally inherited genes; Identification of parental origin of embryonic transcripts; Effects of mutations on embryogenesis.


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