NASCArrays Information at The BAR

Welcome to NASCArrays information at the BAR. This page hosts meta-information from the NASCArrays service (2002-2013). This information was parsed from text files available on the NASCArrays site. NASCArrays data is on iPlant server. To download experiment data from iPlant, please click on the experiment number. To download the CEL files, please click on the ftp link.

Title:Identification of genes involved in secondary cell wall development in the hypocotyls of short day g
Description:Arabidopsis, when grown under short day conditions (16 hours dark, 8 hours light, 22oC) develop extensive secondary thickened hypocotyls with both a vascular and cork cambium (Chaffey et al, 2002, Phys. Plant., 114:594-600). It has been found that once secondary xylem development is completed within the Arabidopsis hypocotyls, it closely resembles the structure of the wood of angiosperm trees (Chaffey et al, 2002, Phys. Plant., 114:594-600). We can utilise this model Arabidopsis tree to identify genes that are important for secondary cell wall formation in xylem cells and therefore important for wood development. Columbia plants were grown for 3 months under short day conditions and secondary thickened hypocotyls were snap-frozen in liquid nitrogen. RNA was isolated from these hypocotyls and submitted to NASC for probing against the ATH1-121501 full GeneChip.
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Slide Information:
Slide IDSlide NameGenetic BackgroundTissueStock CodeCel File
Eland_2-1_A1-eland-ch11112hypocotyls Eland_2-1_A1-eland-ch1.cel
Eland_2-2_A2-eland-ch21113hypocotyls Eland_2-2_A2-eland-ch2.cel