Details for species Nicotiana tabacum
american tobacco,common tobacco,tobacco
Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) is one of the most studied high plant species. There are important economic reasons for this, but futhermore tobacco can be easily transformed and has a relatively short generation time (1, 2, 3). It has been widely used in pathogen response (4, 5, 6, 7), pyridine alkaloid (like nicotine) biosynthesis (8, 9, 10), cell cycle (11, 12, 13, 14), oxidative stress (15, 16) and pollen tube development studies (17, 18).
The Nicotiana tabacum genome is being sequenced by the Tobacco Genome Initiative (TGI).
tobacco, common tobacco, American tobacco
asterids, lamiids, Solanales, Solanaceae, Nicotianoideae, Nicotianeae, Nicotiana
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KR2B, KP1B, vNtabmRNA, KR3B, KF8, KG9B, KT7B, KL4B, KT7C, TL13, TT, BL12, CHO_SL, EST_AXB, EST_CSP, EST_FLW, EST_YP, KL5B, KN6B, SAL_KST, Nt_CellSusp34_1B, AGN_ELP, EtI_NtLeaf, Xan_NtPolen, AGN_RNC, Nt_SL, Nt_DL, AGN_RPC, AvrE_NtLeaf, BY2_NtLowB, K326_NtRoot, BY2_NtInfAt, Sam_NtLeaf, MAT005, MAT001, Nt_COL, Nt_Mix1, AGN_PNL, Nt_Transf1
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