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10 publications mentioning vvi-MIR172c

Open access articles that are associated with the species Vitis vinifera and mention the gene name MIR172c. 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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Higher levels of miR172 associated with viral pathogenesis in tomato leaf curl disease and grapevine leafroll disease have also been reported [86, 87]. [score:5]
The interaction between miR172 and AP2/ERF-like targets is well conserved and are known to be involved in transitions between developmental stages, regulating flowering time and specifying floral organ identity [88, 89]. [score:5]
The Arabidopsis AtSPL9, can positively regulate the expression of miR172, demonstrating the presence of a miR156-AtSPL9-miR172 regulatory cascade [85]. [score:5]
It was suggested that expression changes of miR156 and miR172 may lead to development of green leaf-like structures instead of flowers, also referred to as phyllody, as well as flower sterility in phytoplasma-infected red date and mulberry [81, 82]. [score:4]
It has been shown that down-regulation of miR156 results in an increase in SPLs that promote juvenile to adult phase transition and flowering through activation of miR172 and MADS box genes in Arabidopsis [83, 84]. [score:4]
The differential expression of conserved miRNA families (vvi-miR156, miR159, vvi-miR160, vvi-miR171, vvi-miR172, vvi-miR319), known to be involved in different aspects of plant development [18], make these potential candidates that play a role in the interactions leading to symptoms associated with GY. [score:4]
MicroRNA profiling of tomato leaf curl new delhi virus (tolcndv) infected tomato leaves indicates that deregulation of mir159/319 and mir172 might be linked with leaf curl disease. [score:4]
The APETALA2/Ethylene-responsive transcription factor (AP2/ERF)-like mRNA was identified as a possible target of vvi-miR172 in our study. [score:3]
Differential expression of vvi-miR156 and vvi-miR172, leading to restricted phase transition, may lead to symptoms associated with GY such as abnormal leaf shape and size, as well as downward curling of leaves and flower abortion. [score:3]
The sequential action of miR156 and miR172 regulates developmental timing in Arabidopsis. [score:3]
It was proposed that the miR156-SPL-miR172 regulatory pathway was activated in mulberry in response to phytoplasma infection [81]. [score:2]
Regulation of flowering time and floral patterning by miR172. [score:2]
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Combining target prediction and expression profile, we shed light on the functional role of some miRNAs adding insight on inflorescence and fruit development, reinforcing, among others, the role of the miR156/miR172 regulatory circuit in both inflorescence and berry development and suggesting a role of miRNAs in regulating hormonal -driven fruit maturation and inflorescence development. [score:10]
The 3’ sequences produced from both antisense duplexes were predicted to target Apetala2 (AP2) gene and other AP2-related genes, which are already well known targets of the miRNA172 family (Additional file 8). [score:5]
This is because SPL, the target of miR156, is an elicitor of miR172 promoter region which, in turn, targets APETALA2. [score:5]
As observed in other species [48– 50], in grapevine an increase in miR156 levels corresponds to a low expression of miR172 and viceversa. [score:3]
In inflorescence, a well recognized role is played by miR156-miR172 regulation: miR156 decreases during inflorescence development while miR172 increases (Figs.   9A and 9B). [score:3]
Panels A-D: miRNAs tested in the inflorescences/flowers samples; Panels E-H: miRNAs tested in the berries samples In inflorescences, the well-known regulatory circuit involving miR156 and miR172 is confirmed by both sequencing and RT-qPCR data (Figs.   9A and 9B). [score:2]
Panels A-D: miRNAs tested in the inflorescences/flowers samples; Panels E-H: miRNAs tested in the berries samplesIn inflorescences, the well-known regulatory circuit involving miR156 and miR172 is confirmed by both sequencing and RT-qPCR data (Figs.   9A and 9B). [score:2]
Interestingly, two of those were generated in antisense to two members of the vvi-miRNA172 family: vvi-miRC172e and vvi-miRC172f were reverse complementary (RC) to the known vvi-miR172b and vvi-miR172a, respectively. [score:1]
First of all, as observed in inflorescences, miR156 and miR172 are inversely correlated, and seem to be actively involved in fruit maturation: vvi-miR156 shows a gradual increase during ripening (as confirmed by RT-qPCR Fig.   9E), with a corresponding decrease of vvi-miR172. [score:1]
Interestingly, we found two new members of the miRNA172 family, vvi-miRC172e and vvi-miRC172f, in antisense to vvi-miR172b and vvi-miR172a respectively. [score:1]
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Other miRNAs from this paper: vvi-MIR156a, vvi-MIR156b, vvi-MIR156c, vvi-MIR156d, vvi-MIR156e, vvi-MIR156f, vvi-MIR156g, vvi-MIR156i, vvi-MIR159a, vvi-MIR159c, vvi-MIR160a, vvi-MIR160b, vvi-MIR160c, vvi-MIR160d, vvi-MIR160e, vvi-MIR162, vvi-MIR164a, vvi-MIR164b, vvi-MIR164c, vvi-MIR164d, vvi-MIR166a, vvi-MIR166b, vvi-MIR166c, vvi-MIR166d, vvi-MIR166e, vvi-MIR166f, vvi-MIR166g, vvi-MIR166h, vvi-MIR167a, vvi-MIR167b, vvi-MIR167c, vvi-MIR167d, vvi-MIR167e, vvi-MIR168, vvi-MIR169a, vvi-MIR169y, vvi-MIR169c, vvi-MIR169d, vvi-MIR169e, vvi-MIR169f, vvi-MIR169g, vvi-MIR169j, vvi-MIR169k, vvi-MIR169m, vvi-MIR169p, vvi-MIR169r, vvi-MIR169s, vvi-MIR169t, vvi-MIR169u, vvi-MIR171a, vvi-MIR171b, vvi-MIR171c, vvi-MIR171d, vvi-MIR171e, vvi-MIR171f, vvi-MIR171h, vvi-MIR171i, vvi-MIR172a, vvi-MIR172b, vvi-MIR172d, vvi-MIR319b, vvi-MIR319c, vvi-MIR319f, vvi-MIR319g, vvi-MIR393b, vvi-MIR394a, vvi-MIR394b, vvi-MIR395a, vvi-MIR395b, vvi-MIR395c, vvi-MIR395d, vvi-MIR395e, vvi-MIR395f, vvi-MIR395g, vvi-MIR395h, vvi-MIR395i, vvi-MIR395j, vvi-MIR395k, vvi-MIR395l, vvi-MIR395m, vvi-MIR396a, vvi-MIR396b, vvi-MIR396d, vvi-MIR398a, vvi-MIR399a, vvi-MIR399b, vvi-MIR399e, vvi-MIR399g, vvi-MIR399h, vvi-MIR408, vvi-MIR479, vvi-MIR535a, vvi-MIR535b, vvi-MIR535c, vvi-MIR156h, vvi-MIR169b, vvi-MIR169h, vvi-MIR169i, vvi-MIR169l, vvi-MIR169n, vvi-MIR169o, vvi-MIR169q, vvi-MIR169v, vvi-MIR169w, vvi-MIR169x, vvi-MIR171g, vvi-MIR319e, vvi-MIR393a, vvi-MIR394c, vvi-MIR395n, vvi-MIR396c, vvi-MIR397a, vvi-MIR398b, vvi-MIR398c, vvi-MIR399c, vvi-MIR399d, vvi-MIR399f, vvi-MIR399i, vvi-MIR403a, vvi-MIR403b, vvi-MIR403c, vvi-MIR403d, vvi-MIR403e, vvi-MIR403f, vvi-MIR477a, vvi-MIR482, vvi-MIR828a, vvi-MIR845a, vvi-MIR845b, vvi-MIR845c, vvi-MIR845d, vvi-MIR845e, vvi-MIR477b, vvi-MIR171j
miR172, downregulated during berry maturation, targets Apetala 2 (AP2) -like transcription factors, regulators of flowering time, organ identity and of vegetative phase change [38]. [score:7]
Four miRNAs (miR171c, miR172c, miR396c, miR403a) are, on the contrary, more expressed in green berries, their expression decreasing during ripening (Figure 3C). [score:5]
On the contrary miR164a, miR164b, miR171c and miR172c show a significantly lower level of expression in roots (Figure 3F). [score:3]
In some cases, the most commonly observed sequences were identical to at least one of the predicted mature sequences (notably: miR156, miR160, miR164, miR167, miR169, miR172, miR394, miR399) while for other families, the predominant mature miRNA sequenced exhibited small variations (shifts or differences of length of one or two bases) with respect to the predicted mature sequences (e. g. miR166, miR393, miR395, miR396, miR408). [score:1]
For some families, thousands or even hundreds of thousands of short RNA sequences were recovered (miR156, miR164, miR166, miR167, miR172, miR393, miR396), while less than 1000 sequences corresponded to each of the remaining represented families. [score:1]
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miR172, downregulated during berry maturation, targets Apetala 2 (AP2) -like transcription factors, regulators of flowering time, organ identity and of vegetative phase change [39]. [score:7]
Four miRNAs (miR171c, miR172c, miR396c, miR403a) are, on the contrary, more expressed in green berries, their expression decreasing during ripening (Figure 2C). [score:5]
On the contrary miR164a, miR164b, miR171c and miR172c show a significantly lower level of expression in roots (Figure 2F). [score:3]
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In this study, the expression of six conserved miRNAs, including miR156, miR171, miR172, miR395, miR397, and miR398, were downregulated after cold stress, and there was no conserved miRNAs showed significant upregulated. [score:9]
Several transcription factors were found in the target genes, including the squamosa promoter binding (SBP) protein (the putative target of vvi-miR156), APETALA2 (AP2, vvi-miR172), basic helix-loop-helix (bHLH, vvi-miR3640 [*]), GRAS (novel_mir_39), bZIP (novel_mir_4, novel_mir_42), and MYB-like binding protein (novel_mir_13). [score:5]
The targets of conserved miRNAs, such as miR156, miR171, and miR172, had been investigated in several grapevine cultivars, and their functions were almost in accordance with the previous studies (Carra et al., 2009; Mica et al., 2010; Pantaleo et al., 2010; Wang et al., 2011a, 2012). [score:1]
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Indeed, in WW conditions, most conserved miRNAs that were validated by qRT-PCR (miR164, miR168, miR172, miR319, miR390, miR394, miR2111, miR3624, miR3629, miR3639) were expressed at higher levels in infected plants than in GRSPaV-free plants (Fig. 2, Supplementary Fig. S4). [score:3]
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Other miRNAs from this paper: vvi-MIR172a, vvi-MIR172b, vvi-MIR172d
AP2 is expressed in the entire floral meristem but is repressed by miRNA172 in the third and fourth whorls [25– 27]. [score:3]
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59Schwab R (2012b) Roles of miR156 and miR172 in Reproductive Development. [score:2]
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Of the 32 precursors matching the un-annotated ESTs, two were flagged as miR-172, one as miR-159 and one as miR-397 (see later). [score:1]
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Lanes 1'-20' are 3'RACE (C) and 5'RACE (D) products of 20 higher abundance va-miRNAs (va-miR156e, va-miR160c, va-miR162, va-miR164c, va-miR166c, va-miR169m, va-miR171c, va-miR172c, va-miR408, va-miR535a, va-miR001, va-miR007, va-miR016, va-miR018, va-miR023, va-miR046, va-miR047, va-miR049, va-miR057 and va-miR062, respectively). [score:1]
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