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- Chai, Guaiqiang; Li, Chunlian; Xu, Feng; Li, Yang; Shi, Xue; Wang, Yong; Wang, Zhonghua
- BMC plant biology 2018 v.18 no.1 pp. 41
- aldehydes, etc ; Blumeria graminis; Oryza sativa; Saccharomyces cerevisiae; Solanum lycopersicum; Triticum aestivum; abscisic acid; acyl coenzyme A; alcohols; alkanes; biosynthesis; breeding; cell walls; cutin; drought; endoplasmic reticulum; epicuticular wax; fatty acids; gene expression; genes; heat; heterologous gene expression; hexaploidy; leaf blade; methyl jasmonate; peduncle; pistil; polysaccharides; powdery mildew; proteins; rice; seedlings; tomatoes; transcription (genetics); wheat; yeasts; Show all 36 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: The cuticle covers the surface of the polysaccharide cell wall of leaf epidermal cells and forms an essential diffusion barrier between the plant and the environment. The cuticle is composed of cutin and wax. Cuticular wax plays an important role in the survival of plants by serving as the interface between plants and their biotic and abiotic environments, especially restricting nonsto ...
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