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From: Construction of small RNA-mediated gene regulatory networks in the roots of rice (Oryza sativa)

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Sequence characteristics of the small RNAs (sRNAs) and the microRNAs (miRNAs) highly accumulated in the root tips and the whole roots of rice. (A) 5 terminal compositions (measured by percentages) of the sRNAs and the miRNAs highly accumulated in the root tips (RT_sRNA and RT_miRNA) and the whole roots (WR_sRNA and WR_miRNA). (B) v5 terminal compositions (measured by percentages) of the Argonaute 1 (AGO1)-enriched sRNAs and miRNAs highly accumulated in the root tips (RT_sRNA_AGO1 and RT_miRNA_AGO1) and the whole roots (WR_sRNA_AGO1 and WR_miRNA_AGO1). (C) Sequence length distributions (measured by percentages) of the sRNAs and the miRNAs highly accumulated in the root tips and the whole roots. The occupancies of the sRNAs and the miRNAs of 21 nt and 24 nt are highlighted by yellow and red boxes respectively. (D) Sequence length distributions (measured by percentages) of the AGO1-enriched sRNAs and miRNAs highly accumulated in the root tips and the whole roots.

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