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Pitaya (Hylocereus polyrhizus) is a highly valued functional food that is widely planted in Southeast Asia. However, with increased soil salinization in cultivation areas, a better understanding of the molecular mechanisms associated with salt stress responses in red pitaya is necessary. Herein,...
Pineapple (Ananas comosus L.), a popular tropical fruit, is a good model for evolutionary analysis and genetic research on adaptation to drought habitats, multiple fruits, and crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) photosynthesis. Reliable reference genes for the normalization of the levels of...
Kenaf is one of the most important natural fiber crops. The lack of molecular markers has resulted in a large gap in the improvement of kenaf. Previously, de novo 90,175 unigenes in kenaf were assembled. In this study, 7453 small InDels were called from these uingenes. The indel size <5 bp, 5-10...
Noni (Morinda citrifolia) fruit is one of the traditional medicine materials widely consumed in the South Pacific area. The biological activities and medicinal values of noni fruit have been extensively documented. However, the chemical composition of noni fruit, which determines its...
The aim of this work was to study the regulation of coffee DREB-like genes in leaves of C. arabica subjected to cold, heat, low relative humidity, exogenous abscisic acid and high light stress, as well as in leaves and roots of drought-tolerant and drought-susceptible clones of Coffea canephora...
VQ protein, contain a conserved and short FxxxVQxLTG amino acid sequence motif. Some VQ proteins play important roles in development process and abiotic/biotic stress in plants. However, there has not been a systematic study of the VQ family in plants. The results revealed that Group I genes are...
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