Direct measurement of transcription rates reveals multiple mechanisms for configuration of the Arabidopsis ambient temperature response
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Sensing and responding to ambient temperature is important for controlling growth and development of many organisms, in part by regulating mRNA levels. mRNA abundance can change with temperature, but it is unclear whether this results from changes in transcription or decay rates, and whether passive or active temperature regulation is involved.
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