Works (5)

Updated: July 5th, 2023 15:45

2017 journal article

Modifications to a LATE MERISTEM IDENTITY1 gene are responsible for the major leaf shapes of Upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.)

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 114(1), E57–66.

By: R. Andres n, V. Coneva*, M. Frank*, J. Tuttle n, L. Samayoa n, S. Han n, B. Kaur n, L. Zhu n ...

TL;DR: It is shown that the major leaf shapes of cotton at the L-D1 locus are controlled by a HD-Zip transcription factor most similar to Late Meristem Identity1 (LMI1) gene, and that sub-okra is the ancestral leaf shape of tetraploid cotton and normal is a derived mutant allele that came to predominate and define the leafshape of cultivated cotton. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (OpenAlex)
Sources: NC State University Libraries, ORCID
Added: August 6, 2018

2016 chapter

Cotton Fiber Biotechnology: Potential Controls and Transgenic Improvement of Elongation and Cell Wall Thickening

In K. Ramawat & M. Ahuja (Eds.), Fiber Plants (pp. 127–153).

By: M. Stiff n, J. Tuttle n, B. Graham n & C. Haigler n

Ed(s): K. Ramawat & M. Ahuja

author keywords: Cotton fiber development; Fiber improvement; Fiber quality; Primary cell wall; Secondary cell wall
TL;DR: This chapter presents a brief review of cotton fiber development with a focus on processes affecting elongation and cell wall thickening, and highlights selected genetic engineering experiments that have resulted in improved cotton fiber quality. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
13. Climate Action (Web of Science)
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Added: August 6, 2018

2015 journal article

Metabolomic and transcriptomic insights into how cotton fiber transitions to secondary wall synthesis, represses lignification, and prolongs elongation

BMC Genomics, 16(1).

By: J. Tuttle n, G. Nah*, M. Duke*, D. Alexander*, X. Guan*, Q. Song*, Z. Chen*, B. Scheffler*, C. Haigler n

author keywords: Ascorbate; Cell elongation; Cell wall synthesis; Cotton fiber development; Gossypium; Lignification; Reactive oxygen species; Metabolomics; RNA Seq transcriptomics
MeSH headings : Carbohydrate Metabolism / genetics; Cell Wall / genetics; Cotton Fiber / methods; Gene Expression Profiling; Gene Expression Regulation, Plant / genetics; Genes, Plant / genetics; Glucosyltransferases / genetics; Gossypium / genetics; Metabolome / genetics; Metabolomics / methods; Transcriptome / genetics
TL;DR: The parallel data on deep-sequencing transcriptomics and non-targeted metabolomics for two genotypes of single-celled cotton fiber showed that a discrete developmental stage of transitional cell wall remodeling occurs before secondary wall cellulose synthesis begins, and implicated enhanced capacity to manage reactive oxygen species through the ascorbate-glutathione cycle as a positive contributor to fiber length. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID, Crossref
Added: August 6, 2018

2015 chapter

Virus-Induced Gene Silencing of Fiber-Related Genes in Cotton

In Methods in Molecular Biology (Vol. 1287, pp. 219–234).

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

author keywords: Virus-induced gene silencing; VIGS; Cotton fiber; GFP; Silencing; Semiquantitative RT-PCR
MeSH headings : Agrobacterium / genetics; Agrobacterium / physiology; Agrobacterium / virology; Cotton Fiber; Cotyledon / genetics; Cotyledon / growth & development; Cotyledon / microbiology; Geminiviridae / genetics; Gene Silencing; Gene Transfer Techniques; Genes, Plant; Genetic Vectors / genetics; Gossypium / genetics; Gossypium / growth & development; Gossypium / microbiology; Green Fluorescent Proteins / genetics; Green Fluorescent Proteins / metabolism; Plants, Genetically Modified / growth & development; Plants, Genetically Modified / metabolism; Plants, Genetically Modified / microbiology; Recombinant Proteins / genetics; Recombinant Proteins / metabolism
TL;DR: The use of Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) is described as a marker for identifying silenced tissues in reproductive tissues, a procedure that requires the use of transgenic plants. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
13. Climate Action (Web of Science)
Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID, Crossref
Added: August 6, 2018

2012 journal article

Method: low-cost delivery of the cotton leaf crumple virus-induced gene silencing system

Plant Methods, 8(1), 27.

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

author keywords: Cotton; VIGS; Virus-induced gene silencing; Cotton leaf crumple virus; Agroinoculation; Particle inflow gun; Bombardment; Gossypium
TL;DR: The adaptation of a virus-induced gene silencing vector for cotton from the bipartite geminivirusCotton leaf crumple virus for delivery by Agrobacterium is described and the construction of two low-cost particle inflow guns are described to extend the versatility of CLCrV-based VIGS for analyzing gene function in cotton. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

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