Bioinformatics

Computational identification and characterization of conserved miRNAs and their target genes in beet (Beta vulgaris)

J. L. Li, Cui, J., and Cheng, D. Y., Computational identification and characterization of conserved miRNAs and their target genes in beet (Beta vulgaris), vol. 14, pp. 9103-9108, 2015.

Highly conserved endogenous non-coding microRNAs (miRNAs) play important roles in plants and animals by silencing genes via destruction or blocking of translation of homologous mRNA. Sugar beet, Beta vulgaris, is one of the most important sugar crops in China, with properties that include wide adaptability and strong tolerance to salinity and impoverished soils. Seedlings of B.

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