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Differential gene expression patterns in potassium-starved and Caesium-treated plants

ABSTRACT: At high concentrations ceasium (Cs) is toxic to plant growth. This toxic effect may occur when Cs blocks potassium (K) uptake mechanisms in plants. Consequently, plants starved of K and plants exposed to toxic concentrations of Cs should have similar gene expression patterns. To test this hypothesis, Arabidopsis will initially be grown on agar containing 1/10 MS salts before being transferred to either 1/10 MS nutrient solution (control plants), 1/10 MS nutrient solution containing 2 mM Cs, or 1/10 MS nutrient solution with no K. Roots and shoot will then be harvested seven days after transfer and used to challenge ATH1 GeneChips. Experimenter name: John Hammond Experimenter phone: 01789 470382 Experimenter fax: 01789 470552 Experimenter institute: Warwick University Experimenter address: Horticulture Research International Experimenter address: Wellesbourne Experimenter address: Warwick Experimenter zip/postal_code: CV35 9EF Experimenter country: UK Keywords: compound_treatment_design Overall design: 18 samples were used in this experiment


INSTRUMENT(S): [ATH1-121501] Affymetrix Arabidopsis ATH1 Genome Array

ORGANISM(S): Arabidopsis thaliana  

SUBMITTER: Nottingham Arabidopsis Stock Centre (NASC)  

PROVIDER: GSE6825 | GEO | 2007-01-22



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