Publication Title: 
Jaiswal et al. (2019)
Title: 
Transcriptomic signature reveals mechanism of flower bud distortion in witches'-broom disease of soybean (Glycine max).
Authors: 
Jaiswal Sarika, Jadhav Pravin V, Jasrotia Rahul Singh, Kale Prashant B, Kad Snehal K, Moharil Mangesh P, Dudhare Mahendra S, Kheni Jashminkumar, Deshmukh Amit G, Mane Shyamsundar S, Nandanwar Ravindra S, Penna Suprasanna, Manjaya Joy G, Iquebal Mir Asif, Tomar Rukam Singh, Kawar Prashant G, Rai Anil, Kumar Dinesh
Publication Year: 
2019
Series Name: 
BMC plant biology
Abstract: 
Soybean (Glycine max L. Merril) crop is major source of edible oil and protein for human and animals besides its various industrial uses including biofuels. Phytoplasma induced floral bud distortion syndrome (FBD), also known as witches' broom syndrome (WBS) has been one of the major biotic stresses adversely affecting its productivity. Transcriptomic approach can be used for knowledge discovery of this disease manifestation by morpho-physiological key pathways.
Keywords: 
  • Plant Diseases genetics
  • Plant Proteins genetics
  • Soybeans genetics
  • Transcriptome genetics
Volume: 
19
Issue: 
1
Page Numbers: 
26
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