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Plant-plant communication and community of herbivores on tall goldenrod (dataset)

Kaori Shiojiri, Satomi Ishizaki & Yoshino Ando
1. The volatiles from damaged plants induce defense in neighboring plants. The phenomenon is called plant-plant communication, plant talk or plant eavesdropping. Plant-plant communication has been reported to be stronger between kin plants than genetically far plants in sagebrush. 2. Why do plants distinguish volatiles from kin or genetically far plants? We hypothesize that plants respond only to important conditions; the induced defense is not free of cost for the plant. To clarify the hypothesis,...

Data from: Characterization of rhizome transcriptome and identification of a rhizomatous ER body in the clonal plant Cardamine leucantha

Kiwako S. Araki, Atsushi J. Nagano, Ryohei Thomas Nakano, Tatsuya Kitazume, Katsushi Yamaguchi, Ikuko Hara-Nishimura, Shuji Shigenobu & Hiroshi Kudoh
The rhizome is a plant organ that develops from a shoot apical meristem but penetrates into belowground environments. To characterize the gene expression profile of rhizomes, we compared the rhizome transcriptome with those of the leaves, shoots and roots of a rhizomatous Brassicaceae plant, Cardamine leucantha. Overall, rhizome transcriptomes were characterized by the absence of genes that show rhizome-specific expression and expression profiles intermediate between those of shoots and roots. Our results suggest that both...

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  • Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research
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