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Arabidopsis thaliana

ABSTRACT: Expression data from Arabidopsis grown in perlite and compost



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Enhanced Botrytis cinerea resistance of Arabidopsis plants grown in compost may be explained by increased expression of defense-related genes, as revealed by microarray analysis.

Segarra Guillem G   Santpere Gabriel G   Elena Georgina G   Trillas Isabel I  

PloS one 20130206 2

Composts are the products obtained after the aerobic degradation of different types of organic matter waste and can be used as substrates or substrate/soil amendments for plant cultivation. There is a small but increasing number of reports that suggest that foliar diseases may be reduced when using compost, rather than standard substrates, as growing medium. The purpose of this study was to examine the gene expression alteration produced by the compost to gain knowledge of the mechanisms involve  ...[more]

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