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    Clonal Transgenerational Effects Transmit for Multiple Generations in a Floating Plant

    Xiao-Mei Zhang1,2, Yu Jin1,2, Wei Xue2, Jun-Qin Gao3, Ning-Fei Lei4, Jin-Song Chen1,*, Fei-Hai Yu2,*

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.92, No.5, pp. 1589-1601, 2023, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2023.027113

    Abstract Environmental conditions of a parent plant can influence the performance of their clonal offspring, and such clonal transgenerational effects may help offspring adapt to different environments. However, it is still unclear how many vegetative generations clonal transgenerational effects can transmit for and whether it depends on the environmental conditions of the offspring. We grew the ancestor ramets of the floating clonal plant Spirodela polyrhiza under a high and a low nutrient level and obtained the so-called 1st-generation offspring ramets of two types (from these two environments). Then we grew the 1st-generation offspring ramets of each type under… More >

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