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Series GSE46977 Query DataSets for GSE46977
Status Public on Oct 17, 2013
Title Potential link between biotic defense activation and recalcitrance to induction of somatic embryogenesis in shoot primordia from adult trees of white spruce (Picea glauca)
Platform organisms Picea glauca; Picea sitchensis
Sample organism Picea glauca
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary The goal is to examine the molecular aspects underpinning somatic embryogenesis (SE) within shoot tissues of adult white spruce trees by conducting transcriptome-wide expression profiling of shoot explants taken from responsive and nonresponsive genotypes.
Overall design One-color analysis of vegetative buds in somatic embryogenesis responsive and nonresponsive genotypes, before and after 7 days of SE induction. There are 5 biological replicates for each of the 4 combinations of genotype/time of induction for a total of 20 slides. Each replicate is comprised of a pool of 6 buds.
Contributor(s) Caron S, Rutledge RG, Stewart D, Overthon C, Boyle B, MacKay JJ, Klimaszewska K
Citation(s) 23937238
Submission date May 15, 2013
Last update date Oct 17, 2013
Contact name John MacKay
Organization name Université Laval
Department Centre d'étude de la forêt
Lab Dr. John MacKay
Street address 1030, avenue de la Médecine, Pavillon C.-E. Marchand
City Québec
State/province Québec
ZIP/Postal code G1V 0A6
Country Canada
Platforms (1)
GPL15033 Arborea spruce 32K
Samples (20)
GSM1142346 vegetative buds_893-12_0days_rep1
GSM1142347 vegetative buds_893-12_0days_rep2
GSM1142348 vegetative buds_893-12_0days_rep3
BioProject PRJNA203206

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