Dataset Information


Transcriptome reorganization during wood maturation in Pinus radiata

ABSTRACT: Wood maturation produces two distinct wood tissues: juvenile wood (JW) and mature wood (LW), which are the major cause of wood qaulity variation within a tree. We investigate transcriptome reorganization during wood maturation process in radiata pine using a newly developed 18k cDNA microarrays. Overall design: Developing xylem tissues from nine sampled trees at 5- and 13-year-old each were randomly divided into three groups with three trees each. Total RNA samples extracted from three trees within a group were pooled at equal amount before using for microarray experiments. Using this pooling strategy three biological replicates were formed for each microarray experiment. Dye swap was applied in each biological replicate. Comparisons between JW and MW in spring (EW) and autumn (LW) were arranged in two separate microarray experiments: juvenile earlywood (JE) vs. mature earlywood (ME), juvenile latewood (JL) vs. mature latewood (ML)

INSTRUMENT(S): Radiata pine 18K cDNA microarrays

ORGANISM(S): Pinus radiata  

SUBMITTER: Xinguo Li  

PROVIDER: GSE20535 | GEO | 2011-06-01



Similar Datasets

2011-06-01 | E-GEOD-20535 | ArrayExpress
2010-10-08 | E-GEOD-15230 | ArrayExpress
2009-10-31 | GSE15230 | GEO
2011-06-01 | GSE23020 | GEO
2011-06-01 | E-GEOD-23020 | ArrayExpress
2012-08-02 | E-GEOD-32086 | ArrayExpress
2006-10-11 | GSE3457 | GEO
2010-07-01 | E-GEOD-3457 | ArrayExpress
| GSE76665 | GEO
2009-10-01 | E-GEOD-14707 | ArrayExpress