Recommended Readings: Z. Jeffrey Chen, Ph.D. Friday October 25, 2019

Recommended Readings: Z. Jeffrey Chen, Ph.D. Friday October 25, 2019

                                                                         Friday Lectures  

Friday, October 25, 2019  3:45 p.mChen, Ph.D.

Caspary Auditorium

  Z. Jeffrey Chen, Ph.D.

D. J. Sibley Centennial Professor in Plant Molecular Genetics

Department of Molecular Biosciences

University of Texas

Circadian and Epigenetic Regulation of Hybrid Vigor



Recommended Readings:

Empirical Articles

Kirkbride, Ryan C.; Lu, Jie; Zhang, Changqing; et al. (2019). Maternal small RNAs mediate spatial-temporal regulation of gene expression, imprinting, and seed development in Arabidopsis. PNAS. 116 (7): 2761-2766

Song, Qingxin; Ando, Atsumi; Xu, Dongqing; et al. (2018). Diurnal down-regulation of ethylene biosynthesis mediates biomass heterosis. PNAS. 115 (21): 5606-5611

Jiao, Wu; Yuan, Jingya; Jiang, Shan; et al. (2018). Asymmetrical changes of gene expression, small RNAs and chromatin in two resynthesized wheat allotetraploids. PLANT JOURNAL. 93 (5): 828-842

Miller, Marisa; Song, Qingxin; Shi, Xiaoli; et al. (2015). Natural variation in timing of stress-responsive gene expression predicts heterosis in intraspecific hybrids of Arabidopsis. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS. 6 (7453)

Ni, Zhongfu; Kim, Eun-Deok; Ha, Misook; et al. (2009). Altered circadian rhythms regulate growth vigour in hybrids and allopolyploids. NATURE. 457 (7227): 327-U7

Review Papers

Chen, Z. Jeffrey; Mas, Paloma. (2019). Interactive roles of chromatin regulation and circadian clock function in plants. GENOME BIOLOGY. 20 (62)

Chen, Z. Jeffrey. (2013). Genomic and epigenetic insights into the molecular bases of heterosis. NATURE REVIEWS GENETICS. 14 (7): 471-482

Chen, Z. Jeffrey. (2007). Genetic and epigenetic mechanisms for gene expression and phenotypic variation in plant polyploids. ANNUAL REVIEW OF PLANT BIOLOGY. 58: 377-406

Book Chapter

Ng, Danny W-K.; Shi, Xiaoli; Nah, Gyoungju; et al. (2014). High-Throughput RNA-Seq for Allelic or Locus-Specific Expression Analysis in Arabidopsis-Related Species, Hybrids, and Allotetraploids. PLANT EPIGENETICS AND EPIGENOMICS: METHODS AND PROTOCOLS. 1112: 33-48


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