Cucurbit Expression Atlas


Overview of this BioProject:

BioProjectPRJNA376073
We reveal that GA can regulate sex expression of cucumber via an ethylene-dependent manner, and the M (CsACS2), CsETR1 and ERFs are probably involved in this process. Moreover, CAG2, a C-class floral homeotic gene, may also participate in GA-modulated cucumber sex determination, but this pathway is ethylene-independent.

Properties this BioBroject:

Property NameValue
Data typeTranscriptome or Gene expression
Sample scopeMonoisolate
MaterialTranscriptome
CaptureRandomSurvey
Experimental_designsample # GA_12h: treated with GA at 12 hours # GA_6h: treated with GA at 6 hours

BioSamples of this BioProject:

BioSampleOrganismDescription
ControlCucumbercucumber shoot apices without treatment as control ; cultivar : 13_3B; ecotype : gynoecious cucumber; dev_stage : stage of first true leaf which was approximately 2.5 cm in diameter; tissue : shoot apices; treatment : control;
GA_12hCucumbercucumber shoot apices treated with GA at 12 hours ; cultivar : 13_3B; ecotype : gynoecious cucumber; dev_stage : stage of first true leaf which was approximately 2.5 cm in diameter; tissue : shoot apices; treatment : treat with GA at 12 hours;
GA_6hCucumbercucumber shoot apices treated with GA at 6 hours ; cultivar : 13_3B; ecotype : gynoecious cucumber; dev_stage : stage of first true leaf which was approximately 2.5 cm in diameter; tissue : shoot apices; treatment : treat with GA at 6 hours;