Trivalvaria tomentosa sp. nov. is herein described from Yunnan Province in China. It is easily distinguished from all previously described Trivalvaria species by having tomentose twigs, petioles, abaxial surface of the leaves, sepals and petals. A detailed description for the new species, along with line drawings, photographs, as well as morphological comparisons with similar species, are provided. A phylogenetic analysis was conducted to confirm the placement of this new species within Trivalvaria.
RIP2 interacts with REL1 to control leaf architecture by modulating brassinosteroid signaling in riceQiuxin Zhang, Guanming Liu, Jing Jin, Jiayan Liang, Jingjing Zhang, Haifeng Peng, Wenyi Wang & Zemin Zhang
FPKM (Fragments per kilobase of exon model per million mapped fragments) value of all detected genes in in WT, rel1, rip2, and rel1 rip2 mutants. ZH11_1, ZH11_2, ZH11_3 represent samples were collected from ZH11 with three independent biological replicates. rel1_1, rel1_2, rel1_3 represent samples were collected from rel1 mutants with three independent biological replicates. rip2_1, rip2_2, rip2_3 represent samples were collected from rip2 mutant with three independent biological replicates. rel1rip2_1, rel1rip2_2, rel1rip2_3 represent samples were...