Transcriptome dynamics of the stomatal lineage: Birth, amplification, and termination of a self-renewing population

Jessika Adrian, Jessica Chang, Catherine E. Ballenger, Bastiaan O R Bargmann, Julien Alassimone, Kelli A. Davies, On Sun Lau, Juliana L. Matos, Charles Hachez, Amy Lanctot, Anne Vatén, Kenneth D. Birnbaum, Dominique C. Bergmann

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Developmental transitions can be described in terms of morphology and the roles of individual genes, butalso in terms of global transcriptional and epigenetic changes. Temporal dissections of transcriptome changes, however, are rare for intact, developing tissues. We used RNA sequencing and microarray platforms to quantify gene expression from labeled cells isolated by fluorescence-activated cell sorting to generate cell-type-specific transcriptomes during development of an adult stem-cell lineage in the Arabidopsis leaf. We show that regulatory modules in this early lineage link cell types that hadpreviously been considered to be under separate control and provide evidence for recruitment ofindividual members of gene families for different developmental decisions. Because stomata are physiologically important and because stomatal lineage cells exhibit exemplary division, cell fate, and cell signaling behaviors, this dataset serves as a valuable resource for further investigations of fundamental developmental processes.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)107-119
Number of pages13
JournalDevelopmental Cell
Volume33
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 6 2015

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Transcriptome
Amplification
Genes
Parturition
Cell signaling
Dissection
Microarrays
Stem cells
Sorting
Gene expression
Population
Fluorescence
Cells
RNA
Tissue
RNA Sequence Analysis
Adult Stem Cells
Cell Lineage
Arabidopsis
Epigenomics

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Adrian, J., Chang, J., Ballenger, C. E., Bargmann, B. O. R., Alassimone, J., Davies, K. A., ... Bergmann, D. C. (2015). Transcriptome dynamics of the stomatal lineage: Birth, amplification, and termination of a self-renewing population. Developmental Cell, 33(1), 107-119. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.devcel.2015.01.025

Transcriptome dynamics of the stomatal lineage : Birth, amplification, and termination of a self-renewing population. / Adrian, Jessika; Chang, Jessica; Ballenger, Catherine E.; Bargmann, Bastiaan O R; Alassimone, Julien; Davies, Kelli A.; Lau, On Sun; Matos, Juliana L.; Hachez, Charles; Lanctot, Amy; Vatén, Anne; Birnbaum, Kenneth D.; Bergmann, Dominique C.

In: Developmental Cell, Vol. 33, No. 1, 06.04.2015, p. 107-119.

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Adrian, J, Chang, J, Ballenger, CE, Bargmann, BOR, Alassimone, J, Davies, KA, Lau, OS, Matos, JL, Hachez, C, Lanctot, A, Vatén, A, Birnbaum, KD & Bergmann, DC 2015, 'Transcriptome dynamics of the stomatal lineage: Birth, amplification, and termination of a self-renewing population', Developmental Cell, vol. 33, no. 1, pp. 107-119. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.devcel.2015.01.025
Adrian, Jessika ; Chang, Jessica ; Ballenger, Catherine E. ; Bargmann, Bastiaan O R ; Alassimone, Julien ; Davies, Kelli A. ; Lau, On Sun ; Matos, Juliana L. ; Hachez, Charles ; Lanctot, Amy ; Vatén, Anne ; Birnbaum, Kenneth D. ; Bergmann, Dominique C. / Transcriptome dynamics of the stomatal lineage : Birth, amplification, and termination of a self-renewing population. In: Developmental Cell. 2015 ; Vol. 33, No. 1. pp. 107-119.
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