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Datasets of seed mucilage traits for Arabidopsis thaliana natural accessions with atypical outer mucilage

Abstract : The seeds of Arabidopsis thaliana become encapsulated by a layer of mucilage when imbibed. This polysaccharide-rich hydrogel is constituted of two layers, an outer layer that can be easily extracted with water and an inner layer that must be examined in situ in order to study its properties and structure in a non-destructive manner or disintegrated through hydrolysis or physical means in order to analyze its constituents. Mucilage production is an adaptive trait and we have exploited 19 natural accessions previously found to have atypical and varied outer mucilage characteristics. A detailed study using biochemical, histological and Time-Domain NMR analyses has been used to generate three related datasets covering 33 traits measured in four biological replicates. This data will be a rich resource for genetic, biochemical, structural and functional analyses investigating mucilage constituent polysaccharides or their role as adaptive traits.
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Mireille Cambert, Adeline Berger, Christine Sallé, Stéphanie Esling, Delphine Charif, et al.. Datasets of seed mucilage traits for Arabidopsis thaliana natural accessions with atypical outer mucilage. Scientific Data , Nature Publishing Group, 2021, 8 (1), ⟨10.1038/s41597-021-00857-3⟩. ⟨hal-03185128⟩

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