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7 publications mentioning csi-MIR156j

Open access articles that are associated with the species Citrus sinensis and mention the gene name MIR156j. 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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miR156 is a highly conserved and expressed miRNA family in the plant kingdom and has been shown to take part in the regulation of flower and fruit development by targeting the SQUAMOSA-promoter binding-like (SPL) family (Xing et al., 2013; Silva et al., 2014; Wang, 2014). [score:7]
In Arabidopsis, miR156 -targeted SPL3 positively and directly regulates the MADS box genes AP1, FUL, and the central regulator of flowering LEAFY (Yamaguchi et al., 2009). [score:6]
miR156 and miR172 coordinately regulate the transition from the juvenile to the adult phase of shoot development in plants, and miR156/157 and miR172 affect the ripening process of tomatoes by regulating the known ripening regulators CNR and SlAP2a (Chen et al., 2015). [score:5]
SPL8 and miR156 -targeted SPL genes redundantly regulate Arabidopsis gynoecium differential patterning. [score:4]
microRNA156 -targeted SPL/SBP box transcription factors regulate tomato ovary and fruit development. [score:4]
Negative regulation of anthocyanin biosynthesis in Arabidopsis by a miR156 -targeted SPL transcription factor. [score:4]
In the present study, the miR156 family was highly expressed in citrus fruit, and csi-miR156k was significantly different between MT and WT (Figure 4 and Table S1). [score:3]
In tomato, the miR156 -targeted SlySBP gene CNR (a SPL family member) acts as a crucial factor controlling fruit ripening (Manning et al., 2006). [score:3]
miR156-regulated SPL transcription factors define an endogenous flowering pathway in Arabidopsis thaliana. [score:2]
Regulation of flowering time by the miR156 -mediated age pathway. [score:2]
These results indicated that miR156 might play an important role in citrus fruit ripening (Figure 7). [score:1]
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1 LRR and NB-ARC domains-containing disease resistance protein Disease, virulence and defense0.5256 [**] orange1.1g045522m AT3G50950.2 HOPZ-ACTIVATED RESISTANCE 1 Disease, virulence and defense1.6070 [**] miR156−1.91583036 [**] orange1.1g016971m AT5G50570.2 Squamosa promoter -binding protein-like (SBP domain) transcription factor family protein Transcription ND orange1.1g021420m AT5G50670.1 Squamosa promoter -binding protein-like (SBP domain) transcription factor family protein Transcription1.3295 [**] orange1.1g008680m AT1G69170.1 Squamosa promoter -binding protein-like (SBP domain) transcription factor family protein Transcription2.0745 [**] orange1.1g009653m AT1G69170.1 Squamosa promoter -binding protein-like (SBP domain) transcription factor family protein Transcription1.5065 [**] orange1.1g011640m AT5G43270.2 Squamosa promoter binding protein-like 2 Transcription1.4202 [**] orange1.1g011651m AT5G43270.3 Squamosa promoter binding protein-like 2 Transcription ND orange1.1g032310m AT2G33810.1 Squamosa promoter binding protein-like 3 Transcription3.4314 [**] orange1.1g029650m AT1G53160.1 Squamosa promoter binding protein-like 4 Transcription2.0105 [**] orange1.1g032937m AT3G15270.1 Squamosa promoter binding protein-like 5 Transcription0.8213 [**] orange1.1g046416m AT2G42200. [score:7]
Negative regulation of anthocyanin biosynthesis in Arabidopsis by a miR156 -targeted SPL transcription factor. [score:4]
The observed down-regulation of miR156 in Mg -deficient leaves indicated that the rate of leaf initiation might be decreased in Mg -deficient seedlings, thus decreasing leaf number and leaf DW (Peng et al., 2015). [score:4]
Dual effects of miR156 -targeted SPL genes and CYP78A5/KLUH on plastochron length and organ size in Arabidopsis thaliana. [score:3]
MiR156, which targets a series of squamosa promoter binding protein-like (SPL) genes, determines plastochron length by regulating SPL levels (Wang et al., 2008). [score:3]
Arabidopsis miR156 regulates tolerance to recurring environmental stress through SPL transcription factors. [score:2]
As shown in Table 2, most of the target genes showed expected reverse changes in mRNA levels in Mg -deficient leaves compared with miR156. [score:2]
Therefore, Mg -deficient citrus leaves might have less accumulation of anthocyanin and more accumulation of flavonols due to decreased abundance of miR156 (Table 2). [score:1]
Also, many other miRNAs such as miR156, miR159, miR166, miR169, miR395, miR397, miR398, miR408, miR447, miR482, miR1510 and miR2109 are involved in plant response to P-limitation (Valdés-López et al., 2010; Hackenberg et al., 2013; Zhao et al., 2013; Paul et al., 2015). [score:1]
Study showed that increased miR156 activity resulted in high concentration of anthocyanins, while decreased miR156 activity led to the accumulation of flavonols (Gou et al., 2011). [score:1]
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Gou et al. [49] suggested that at one of the miR156 targets, SPL9, negatively regulates anthocyanin accumulation by directly inhibiting expression of anthocyanin biosynthetic genes through disruption of the MYB-bHLH-WD40. [score:9]
In plants, miR156 and miR157 have been grouped in one miRNA family because of their high degree of sequence similarity and their conserved targets, the squamosa promoter binding protein-like (SPL) proteins [48]. [score:3]
However, miR156 abundance (22,980.3671 TPM) in B -deficient library ranked third after miR3954 (122,762.6342 TPM) and miR166 (42,066.0747 TPM) (Additional file 2). [score:1]
In control library, the most abundant miRNA identified was miR3954 (83,883.0865 TPM), followed by miR156 (32,511.4115 TPM) and miR166 (22,220.8316 TPM). [score:1]
Gou et al. [49] observed a positive relationship of anthocyanin concentration and miR156 activity and an inverse relationship of flavonol (a subclasse of flavonoid) concentration and miR156 activity. [score:1]
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miR-SNPs in miR156/157 are unlikely to change the target gene except for those in Scaffold_3_470286, which increased the mismatch positions, resulting in loss of its target. [score:5]
For example, the SNP sites observed in miR156/157 were identical or quite similar, causing diverse members of this miRNA family to target identical or similar genes, thus showing functional conservation (Fig. 1b,c). [score:3]
Bioinformatic analysis of miR156/157 members in Citrus. [score:1]
In most cases, the members of a miRNA family are located in clusters on different chromosomes, with identical SNP sites mostly being located beyond the seed sequences (i. e., miR156/157, Fig. 1b). [score:1]
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As described above, miRNAs act as regulators of plant development [18, 19]; miR156, miR164 and miR166, in particular, play important roles in regulating leaf development [20– 24]. [score:5]
Additionally, miR156, miR159, miR319 and miR172 are involved in flowering regulation and phase changing from vegetative growth to reproductive growth [21, 25– 29]. [score:2]
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Many putative targets are transcription factors and homologs of known miRNA target genes in other plant species, such as SBP for miR156, NAC for miR164, bZIP for miR166, AP2 for miR172 and F-box for miR394. [score:5]
These three miRNA families also frequently represented in MT sRNA library, but the difference is that the miR172 abundance ranked third (3,330 TPM) after miR156 (4,397 TPM) and miR168 (8,437 TPM) in the library. [score:1]
In the WT sRNA library, miR168, miR172 and miR156 were the most overrepresented families, with the abundance at 8,927, 4,754 and 3,566 TPM, respectively. [score:1]
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In addition, many other P-deficiency-responsive miRNAs (i. e., miR1510, miR156, miR159, miR166, miR169, miR2109, miR395, miR397, miR398, miR408, miR447 and miR482) have been isolated from various plant species [15– 21]. [score:1]
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