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Data from: Short- and long-term changes in sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris L.) gene expression due to postharvest jasmonic acid treatment - Data
Jasmonic acid is a natural plant hormone that induces native defense responses in plants. Sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris L.) root unigenes that were differentially expressed 2 and 60 days after a postharvest jasmonic acid treatment are presented. Data include changes in unigene expression relative to water-treated controls, unigene annotations against nonredundant (Nr), Swiss-Prot, Clusters of Orthologous Groups (COG), and Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG) protein databases, and unigene annotations with Gene Ontology (GO) terms. Putative defense unigenes are compiled and annotated against the sugarbeet genome. Differential gene expression data were generated by RNA sequencing. Interpretation of the data is available in the research article, "Jasmonic acid causes short- and long-term alterations to the transcriptome and the expression of defense genes in sugarbeet roots" (K.K. Fugate, et al., Plant Gene 9:50-63)
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Resource Title: Short- and long-term changes in sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris L.) gene expression due to postharvest jasmonic acid treatment - Data.
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Data in Brief: Data on sugarbeet root unigenes that were differentially expressed due to a postharvest jasmonic acid (JA) treatment are presented. Data identify unigenes that were differentially expressed 2 and 60 d after JA treatment. Data include the logarithm of the fold change in expression due to JA treatment, relevant statistics related to changes in expression, unigene annotations generated by BLASTx search against nonredundant (Nr), Swiss-Prot, Clusters of Orthologous Groups (COG), and Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG) protein databases, and Gene Ontology (GO) annotations (Tables 1 and 2). In addition, differentially expressed genes with putative defense functions were identified, compiled, and further annotated by comparison to the sugarbeet genome.
Data contact nameFugate, Karen Klotz
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Intended useData will be useful for investigating the effect of jasmonic acid (JA) on gene expression in plants by comparing to similar data sets generated for other plant species and identifying commonly expressed genes. Data can be used to infer physiological and metabolic effects of JA which can stimulate new areas of investigation. Data can be used to investigate differences in the effect of JA on gene expression between plant species or between plant organs. JA-induced defense genes could be further investigated for their ability to protect sugarbeet root against insects or pathogens. Data can be used to investigate short-term and long-term JA treatment effects by comparison of data collected at 2 and 60 days post-treatment.
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National Agricultural Library Thesaurus termsjasmonic acid; plant hormones; sugar beet; Beta vulgaris; unigenes; gene expression regulation; acid treatment; databases; sequence analysis; transcriptome; roots; chemical defenses; food storage; storage quality; postharvest treatment
OMB Bureau Code
- 005:18 - Agricultural Research Service
OMB Program Code
- 005:040 - National Research
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