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By Julio Salinas, Jose J. Sanchez-Serrano

This selection of quite simply reproducible Arabidopsis protocols has been up to date to mirror contemporary advances in plant biology, the of completion of the Arabidopsis genome series, that is crucial for learning plant functionality, and the improvement of complete platforms techniques that permit worldwide research of gene expression and protein and metabolite dynamics. The authors have incorporated approximately all innovations built in Arabidopsis, others lately tailored from the conventional paintings in crop species, and the latest ones utilizing Arabidopsis as a version method. Highlights contain the newest methods-transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics - and their novel functions (phosphoproteomics, DNA microarray-based genotyping, excessive throughput metabolite profiling, and single-cell RNA).

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Introduction Regeneration of plants by micropropagation of in vitro cultures can be achieved from organ primordia existing m shoot tips and axillary bud explants. Alternatively, plants can be regenerated from unorganized callus tissues derived from different explants by dedifferentiation induced by exogenous growth regulators. Plant regeneration from call1 is possible by de MWOorganogenesis or somatic embryogenesis. Callus cultures also facilitate the amphfication of limitmg plant material. In addition, plant regeneration from call1 permits the isolation of rare somaclonal variants which result either from an existmg genetic variability in somatic cells or from the induction of mutations, chromosome aberrations, and epigenetic changes by the m vitro applied environmental stimuli, including growth factors added to the cultured cells (1-3).

7. 8 53 represents l/3 of the total volume for example, It could be necessary to Increase this volume considerably or to wash the pellet several times Smce the volume of the mrtochondnal suspension you will load onto the percoll gradient must not exceed 3 ml/tube, the total volume of the suspension should be rn the range 5-7 mL If the suspension is too diluted, you wrll need more gradients and wrll lose considerable amounts of mitochondna during the percoll gradient purification step At this step, the mrtochondrial pellet is generally very loose Most of the supernatant should be removed by vacuum suction One gram of wet mrtochondria corresponds to approx to 100 mg total mitochondrral protein Purified mrtochondria can also be stored in a cold room on ice for several hours without serious loss of activity For a longer storage at -80°C some cryopreservatrves should be added to keep the organelles active for later physiological or biochemtcal studies (9) References 1.

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