• In fishes, reproductive regulation and temperature are innately intertwined. (miami.edu)
  • This gland controls the regulation of reproductive hormones necessary for reproductive success following a temperature cue. (miami.edu)
  • In a study at James Cook University in Australia, researchers aimed to evaluate if there was a difference in gene expression in adult spiny chromis damselfish ( A. polyacanthus ) (Image 1) that had different reproductive capabilities as a result of developmental and transgenerational exposure to increased temperature (Veilleux, Donelson, & Munday, 2018). (miami.edu)
  • In order to assess if damselfish had partially acclimated reproductive capability, the researchers evaluated gene expression in the fish using a step-wise transgenerational temperature treatment (Donelson et al. (miami.edu)
  • It was hypothesized that the expression of reproductive genes would be down-regulated in damselfish who were exposed to the same high temperature levels as their parents. (miami.edu)
  • However, it was also hypothesized that the expression of genes in the step-wise temperature treatment (parents exposed to +1.5°C, offspring exposed to +3.0°C) would be similar to that of the control group (no temperature increase) due to partial acclimation of the reproductive system in response to elevated temperature. (miami.edu)
  • Veilleux HD, Donelson JM, Munday PL (2018) Reproductive gene expression in a coral reef fish exposed to increasing temperature across generations. (miami.edu)
  • The proposed work will utilize a combination of classical genetic approaches and CRISPR/Cas9-engineering and other technologies to manipulate and monitor gene function, as well new microfluidic-based methods for longitudinal imaging and automated data collection that allows unprecedented cellular precision and temporal resolution in analyzing cell fate choice, gene expression, and signaling dynamics. (grantome.com)
  • Most of the plant disease-resistance genes ( R -genes) cloned so far encode NBS-LRR proteins. (plantae.org)
  • Consistent with ethylene being a feminizing agent, we previously demonstrated that the melon A gene and the cucumber M gene are orthologs and encode for the rate-limiting enzyme in ethylene biosynthesis, the 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid synthase (ACS). (u-psud.fr)
  • The F gene in cucumber is also likely to encode an ACS enzyme. (u-psud.fr)
  • Phenocopying experiments showed the latter to be identical to the prd-2 gene and encode a protein that is required , constitutively but at a finely tuned level , to keep the clock running at the wild type pace . (dartmouth.edu)
  • In these species, floral primordia are initially bisexual with sex determination occurring by the selective developmental arrest of either the stamen or the carpel, resulting in unisexual flowers. (u-psud.fr)
  • In both species, the ACS genes, referred to as CmACS-7 in melon and CsACS2 in cucumber, are expressed in carpel primordia, and loss of enzymatic activity leads to stamen development. (u-psud.fr)
  • Molecular geneticists at STRI study butterfly speciation and wing coloration, the divergence of a crocodile species found from Florida to Colombia, and gene expression in cacao plants as they are exposed to different types of beneficial and harmful fungi. (si.edu)
  • Although many genes appear to be active throughout embryo development, we identified a small set of uniquely expressed genes for each stage of embryo development and also between the two species. (philarchive.org)
  • In melon, sex determination is genetically governed by the genes andromonoecious (a) and gynoecious (g), and the interplay of these two genes can result in a range of sexual types. (u-psud.fr)
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  • Most of the R -genes in basal-branching streptophytes underwent adaptive evolution, indicating an ancient involvement of R -genes in plant-pathogen interactions. (plantae.org)
  • Keystone Science Lecture Seminar Series presentation on "The Many Facets of Gene/Environment Interactions of the Paraoxonases," by Clement Furlong, Ph.D. (nih.gov)
  • However when they are shown threatening faces, they over-respond with emotion and when they are shown neutral and ambiguous facial expressions, they identified them as being threatening. (shrinkgrowskids.com)
  • Scientists have known for a long time that animals differ from humans in important developmental and physiological ways, and that animal test results are not always reliable for people. (innovitaresearch.com)
  • Experimental design of the study showing the control group (no transgenerational temperature increase), developmental (+3.0 degrees C in offspring), step-wise (+1.5 degrees C in parent, + 3.0 degrees C in offspring) and transgenerational (+3.0 degrees C in parent and offspring). (miami.edu)
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  • lin-4 and let-7 , the founding members of the miRNA gene family , control the timing of developmental programs in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans . (dartmouth.edu)
  • Early life stage trimethyltin exposure induces ADP-ribosylation factor expression and perturbs the vascular system in zebrafish. (oregonstate.edu)
  • She has conducted a screen to identify genes whose overexpression results either in an increase of the basal LOH rate in a wild-type condition or in a diminution of the high LOH frequency induced by stress exposure (H 2 O 2 , high temperature, antifungals) or I- Sce I expression. (pasteur.fr)
  • While gaining exposure to concepts through a multitude of hands-on activities & working in groups, self-regulation and language are a focal element. (maplebeargulfschools.com)
  • and describe the alpha and beta diversity of eight marine samples previously characterized by pyrosequencing of 16S rRNA gene fragments. (scienceopen.com)
  • Some data on the relation between reduced prd-2 expression and key molecular parameters of the clock are presented , as well as some preliminary experiments aimed at aiding along further exploration of this promising new clock gene . (dartmouth.edu)
  • The reference ontologies include the Plant Ontology, Plant Trait Ontology, and the Plant Experimental Conditions Ontology developed by the Planteome project, along with the Gene Ontology, Chemical Entities of Biological Interest, Phenotype and Attribute Ontology, and others. (philarchive.org)
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  • Symptoms of cerebral palsy usually become apparent during the first major motor developmental milestones, when the child is between 6 1/2 and 9 months old. (eugeneattorney.com)
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  • Thus, plant R -genes are generally thought to have originated in land plants but this idea appears mistaken. (plantae.org)
  • The androecious gene (a) increases maleness and plants of the aaff genotype are androecious bearing only male flowers. (u-psud.fr)
  • I found that let-7 and mir-125 expression is regulated by opposing Ecd/JH hormonal signals , and is mediated at least partially by the transcriptional factor Broad-Complex . (dartmouth.edu)
  • This proposal builds on foundational work on two key developmental paradigms in C. elegans: (i) specification of alternative cell fates by LIN- 12/Notch signaling in the gonad and (ii) the integration of LIN-12/Notch and EGFR-Ras-ERK signaling to pattern three distinct fates in the vulva. (grantome.com)
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  • We have identified a novel long noncoding RNA (slincR) that is upregulated by strong AHR ligands and is located adjacent to the sox9b gene. (oregonstate.edu)
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  • On the other hand, pairs that were exposed to an immediate +3.0°C temperature increase (transgenerational and developmental) had fewer and no pairs reproducing successfully. (miami.edu)
  • 6.1 million children and teenagers have been diagnosed with ADHD and 1 in 59 children are identified with Autism, in the U.S. Genes associated with ADHD and Autism often cause a struggle with sensory processing, organization, and executive functioning difficulty, and challenges with memory. (sheriperlman.com)