i am working on hoste pathogen interaction, on arabidopsis and alternaria brassicae.i always face a problem after infection, that their is fungal growth in the dead leaves that touch the soil,pzl give solution to avoid this fungal growth, room has a humidity of 77% and temp 22c. next problem is that the marked leaves dry out aafter infection.pzl help me out as my infections fail every time.
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1. homeoallele (Y Jiang)
Date: Tue, 12 May 2009 23:23:13 -0600
From: Y Jiang <jiangyqcn from hotmail.com>
Subject: [Arabidopsis] homeoallele
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Could you provide a definition of homeoallele in plants like Brassica napus (AACC genome)?
> Date: Thu, 7 May 2009 12:57:12 -0500
> From: huq from mail.utexas.edu> To: arab-gen from magpie.bio.indiana.edu> CC:
> Subject: [Arabidopsis] POSTDOCTORAL POSITION AT UT AUSTIN
>> A postdoctoral position is available for two years to work on the
> phytochrome-interacting basic helix-loop-helix (bHLH) transcription factor
> (PIF1) that is involved in controlling photomorphogenesis in Arabidopsis.
> The research involves understanding the mechanisms of regulation of PIF1 by
> light using biochemical, genetic and genomic approaches. Applicants should
> have a recent Ph.D. in molecular genetics or biochemistry. Prior experience
> in Arabidopsis is advantageous but not essential. Salary and benefits will
> be competitive and commensurate with experience. Interested applicants
> should send a CV, brief summary of research experience, and names and email
> addresses of at least three referees preferably by email to
>huq from mail.utexas.edu.>> The University of Texas at Austin is an affirmative action, equal
> opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity.
>> Interested applicants are encouraged to look at recent papers from our lab:
>> 1. Castillon, A., Shen, H. and Huq, E. (2009) Blue light induces degradation
> of the negative regulator Phytochrome Interacting Factor 1 to promote
> photomorphogenic development of Arabidopsis seedlings. Genetics 182:161-171.
>> 2. Leivar, P., Monte, E., Oka, Y., Liu, T., Carle, C., Castillon, A., Huq,
> E. and Quail, P.H. (2008) Multiple phytochrome-interacting bHLH
> transcription factors repress premature seedling photomorphogenesis in
> darkness. Current Biology 18:1815-1823.
>> 3. Shen, H., Ling, Z., Castillon, A., Majee, M., Downie, B. and Huq, E.
> (2008) Light-induced phosphorylation and degradation of the negative
> regulator PIF1 depends upon its direct physical interactions with
> photoactivated phytochromes. Plant Cell 20:1586-1602.
>> 4. Moon, J., Zhu, L., Shen, H. and Huq, E. (2008) PIF1 directly and
> indirectly regulates chlorophyll biosynthesis to optimize the greening
> process in Arabidopsis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 105: 9433-9438.
>> 5. Shen, H., Luong, P. and Huq, E. (2007) The F-box protein MAX2 functions
> as a positive regulator of photomorphogenesis in Arabidopsis. Plant
> Physiology 145: 1471-1483.
>> 6. Castillon, A., Shen, H. and Huq, E. (2007) Phytochrome Interacting
> Factors: central players in phytochrome-mediated light signaling networks=