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Series GSE13109 Query DataSets for GSE13109
Status Public on Jan 31, 2009
Title Effect of hypoxia on gene expression in Grey poplar
Platform organism Populus sp.
Sample organism Populus tremula x Populus alba
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary The molecular responses of Grey poplar (Populus x canescens) following root hypoxia were studied in roots and leaves using transcript profiling. Grey poplar is a flooding tolerant tree species and analysis of the molecular response to hypoxia may indicate possible adaptation mechanisms to this stress.
Overall design The root system of the poplar trees were flooded for up to 168 h. At three time-points (5 h, 24 h, 168 h) plants were collected and leaf and root tissue analysed separately. At each time-point non-flooded controls were collected and analysed as well.
Contributor(s) Hauberg J, Howell KA, Carroll A, Rennenberg H, Millar AH, Whelan J
Citation(s) 19005089
Submission date Oct 08, 2008
Last update date Jan 02, 2015
Contact name Juergen Kreuzwieser
Phone +49 761 203 8311
Fax +49 761 203 8302
Organization name University of Freiburg
Department Chair of Tree Physiology
Street address Georges-Koehler-Allee
City Freiburg
ZIP/Postal code 79110
Country Germany
Platforms (1)
GPL4359 [Poplar] Affymetrix Poplar Genome Array
Samples (30)
GSM328059 Populus x canescens leaf control_rep_01
GSM328062 Populus x canescens leaf control_rep_02
GSM328063 Populus x canescens leaf control_rep_03
BioProject PRJNA109943

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