2008 journal article

Geminivirus-mediated gene silencing from Cotton leaf crumple virus is enhanced by low temperature in cotton

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 148(1), 41–50.

By: J. Tuttle n, A. Idris n, J. Brown n, C. Haigler n & D. Robertson n

MeSH headings : Animals; Capsid Proteins / physiology; Cold Temperature; DNA, Viral / analysis; Flowers / chemistry; Geminiviridae / physiology; Gene Silencing; Genetic Markers; Genetic Vectors / analysis; Genetic Vectors / physiology; Gossypium / chemistry; Gossypium / virology; Host-Pathogen Interactions; Insect Vectors / physiology; Plant Diseases / virology; Plant Leaves / chemistry; Plant Roots / chemistry
TL;DR: The experiments establish the use of the CLCrV silencing vector to study gene function in cotton and show that temperature can have a major impact on the extent of geminivirus-induced gene silencing. (via Semantic Scholar)
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