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3 publications mentioning ppt-MIR160g

Open access articles that are associated with the species Physcomitrella patens and mention the gene name MIR160g. Click the [+] symbols to view sentences that include the gene name, or the word cloud on the right for a summary.

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In A. thaliana, mRNAs encoding two out of the fours which have no CTD have also been identified as targets of small RNAs: 3 is the target of AtTAS3a-c and 17 is the target of miR160 [50]. [score:7]
For example, in A. thaliana the expression pattern of both 6 and 8 (involved in female and male reproductive organ development) is controlled by miR167, with miRNA160 also involved in the control of expression in P. patens and A. thaliana as well as in S. moellendorffii, suggesting a conserved mechanism of post-transcriptional regulation [52, 54]. [score:7]
Regulation ofs by miRNA in A. thaliana can be considered as auxin-independent because auxin treatment does not alter appreciably miR160, miR164, and miR167 accumulation, at least in seedlings [49]. [score:1]
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Most conserved miRNAs target mRNAs of conserved transcription factor families, for example miR156, miR159/319, miR160, miR166 andmiR171 target transcripts encoding SBPs, MYBs/TCPs, ARFs, HD-ZIPs andGRAS domain proteins, respectively [50]. [score:5]
Since secondary siRNAs in P. patens are generated from RNAs that are targeted by 21nt miRNAs (miR160, miR166) and a 21nt ta-siRNA (ta-siRNA 6(+)) further studies are required to address the differences and specificities in secondary siRNA production in mosses and seed plants. [score:3]
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Members of the miRNA160 family control the expression of an auxin response factor homolog in Physcomitrella as well as in other plant species [37]. [score:3]
Intriguingly, we also identified two sRNAs, 3–79 and 3–44, which resemble the nearly identical reverse complementary sequences of the known miRNAs miR160 and miR477 [31] (Figure 3). [score:1]
Furthermore, the presence of miR160 was shown in the moss Polytrichum juniperinum [37]. [score:1]
We found that miR160 and miR166 most likely control transcription factors in Physcomitrella that are homologous to those already reported from other plants [36, 37]. [score:1]
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