Project description:In order to identify new miRNAs, NAT-siRNAs and possibly abiotic-stress regulated small RNAs in rice, three small RNA libraries were constructed from control rice seedlings and seedlings exposed to drought or salt stress, and then subjected to pyrosequencing. Totally three sets of small RNAs, which were obtained under normal condition as well as salt and drought stress conditions
Project description:In order to identify new miRNAs, NAT-siRNAs and possibly abiotic-stress regulated small RNAs in rice, three small RNA libraries were constructed from control rice seedlings and seedlings exposed to drought or salt stress, and then subjected to pyrosequencing. Overall design: Totally three sets of small RNAs, which were obtained under normal condition as well as salt and drought stress conditions
Project description:Studies have shown that Rice Salt Sensitive 1 (RSS1) is involved in stress response in rice plants. Primers were developed for amplification via Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) of a region that contained a simple sequence repeat (SSR) in RSS1. PCR was performed on 6 different varieties of Oryza sativa. PCR product was sequenced on an ABI 3730 capillary sequence machine. Sequence data was aligned to observe differences in SSR length between each rice variety.
Project description:IDS1 is a rice AP2-type transcription factor with transcritpional repression activity. To understand how IDS1 regulate rice salt tolerance, the ChIP-seq experiments were performed to identify IDS1 binding site in globle genomic level. The two-weeks-old rice seedlings were lysated and sonificated and IDS1-DNA complexes were immune precipated with myc-antibody and protein A beads. The purified DNA samples were used to construct sequencing libraries and sequenced with Illumina. The data were then analyzed with bio-informatic tools.
Project description:Dongxiang wild rice (Oryza rufipogon Griff.) is the progenitor of cultivated rice (Oryza sativa L.) and is well known for its superior level of tolerance against cold, drought and diseases. To date, however, little is known about the salt-tolerant character of Dongxiang wild rice. To elucidate the molecular genetic mechanisms of salt-stress tolerance in Dongxiang wild rice, the Illumina HiSeq 2000 platform was used to analyze the transcriptome profiles of the leaves and roots at the seedling stage under salt stress compared with those under normal conditions. The analysis results for the sequencing data showed that 6,867 transcripts were differentially expressed in the leaves (2,216 up-regulated and 4,651 down-regulated) and 4,988 transcripts in the roots (3,105 up-regulated and 1,883 down-regulated). Among these differentially expressed genes, the detection of many transcription factor genes demonstrated that multiple regulatory pathways were involved in salt stress tolerance. In addition, the differentially expressed genes were compared with the previous RNA-Seq analysis of salt-stress responses in cultivated rice Nipponbare, indicating the possible specific molecular mechanisms of salt-stress responses for Dongxiang wild rice. A large number of the salt-inducible genes identified in this study were co-localized onto fine-mapped salt-tolerance-related quantitative trait loci, providing candidates for gene cloning and elucidation of molecular mechanisms responsible for salt-stress tolerance in rice. Leaf and root mRNA profiles of Dongxiang wild rice at the seedling stage with or without salt stress were generated by deep sequencing, on Illumina Hiseq 2000 platform.
Project description:The aim of this study is to assess natural variation in transcriptional responses to salt stress in rice. We utilized a diversity panel (RDP1) described in Zhao et al 2011. Eight day old rice seedlings were subjected to a gradual 6 dS·m-1 salt stress for a period of 24h. RNA seqeuncing was performed on shoot tissue using Illumina HiSeq 2500. Overall design: RNA deep sequencing
Project description:The aim of this study is to do a side-by-side comparison of the transcriptomes that are regulated under Cu and Cd stress at the early stage in rice roots. The comparison of transcriptomes between Cu and Cd treatments and the application of bioinformatics procedures (e.g. regulated gene analysis) are potentially useful approaches for determining the both general and individual early responses triggered by each metal. Identify genes and pathways that would discriminate among the actions of Cu and Cd. Overall design: Comparison of mock control and rice seedlings treated with 5μM Cu and 25μM Cd; Biological replicates: 3 control replicates, 3 Cu-treated replicates, 3 Cd-treated replicates
Project description:Whole genome arrays have been used to analyze the transcriptomic response to vanadium stress in rice root. Identify genes and pathways that would respond to vanadium stress Overall design: Comparison of mock control and rice seedlings treated with 1 mM vanadium; Biological replicates: 3 control replicates, 3 V-treated replicates
Project description:Autotoxicity plays an important mechanism in regulating plant productivity. Ferulic acid (FA) is phytotoxic and was identified in extracts and residues of rice plants as a candidate for rice allelochemicals. To help characterize the autotoxicity mechanism of rice, we present the first large-scale, transcriptomic analysis of rice root responses to ferulic acid. Overall design: Two-condition experiment, short exposures and long exposures. Comparison of mock control and rice seedlings treated with 50 ppm ferulic acid (FA) during short (pooled from 1- and 3-h treatments), as compared to long (24 h) exposures.; Biological replicates: 3 control replicates (short and long exposures), 3 FA-treated replicates (short and long exposures).