ata-miR396a-5p: Ata-mir396a-5p is a microRNA (miRNA) that has been identified in several plant species, including E. curvula, maize, and Arabidopsis. It has been shown to be involved in various biological processes and regulatory pathways. In E. curvula, qRT-PCR analysis revealed the presence of ata-mir396a-5p, along with other miRNAs such as ata-miR2275a-3p and gma-miR156d [PMC6852985]. In another study, ata-mir396a-5p was found to be associated with target genes involved in embryogenic callus formation [PMC5003897]. Furthermore, the expression of ata-mir396a-5p was found to be down-regulated in XZ29, while osa-miR319a-3p was up-regulated [PMC6069884]. Degradome analysis also identified ata-mir396a-5p as one of the miRNAs associated with target genes involved in various biological processes [PMC6069884]. Additionally, ata-mir396a-5p was found to be relatively abundant at 7 DAA (days after anthesis) and its target genes were associated with grain size regulation [PMC7045451]. Furthermore, ata-mir396a-5p was found to be relatively more abundant during early stages of grain development compared to later stages [PMC7045451]. Overall, these findings highlight the importance of ata-mir396a-5p in plant development and its potential role in regulating various biological processes.
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