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- Wang, L.; Ma, Y. K.; Li, N. N.; Zhang, W. B.; Mao, H. P.; Lin, X. F.
- Biologia plantarum 2016 v.60 no.1 pp. 113-122
- halophytes, etc ; Arabidopsis; Nitraria; abscisic acid; amino acids; cold; complementary DNA; gene overexpression; genes; open reading frames; promoter regions; protons; rapid amplification of cDNA ends; reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction; reverse transcription; salt stress; salt tolerance; sequence homology; sodium; sodium chloride; sodium-hydrogen antiporter; tonoplast; transgenic plants; Show all 23 Subjects
- ... Na⁺/H⁺ exchanger (NHX)-mediated Na⁺ and H⁺ antiport is an important mechanism for salt tolerance in plants. In this study, an Na⁺/H⁺ antiporter gene, referred to as NsNHX1, was isolated from the halophyte Nitraria sibirica Pall. using degenerate polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and rapid amplification of cDNA ends (RACE). The resulting 2 182 bp NsNHX1 cDNA contained a 1 635 bp open reading frame (O ...
- Purohit, D.; Sankararamasubramanian, H. M.; Kumar Pal, A.; Kumar Parida, A.
- Biologia plantarum 2016 v.60 no.3 pp. 469-481
- halophytes, etc ; alkaline soils; binding capacity; gene expression regulation; genes; guard cells; hydroponics; in vitro studies; iron; nutrient deficiencies; plant growth; promoter regions; salt stress; sodium chloride; tobacco; transcription factors; wild rice; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Iron availability affects plant growth depending on soil type. Mangroves are characterized by alkaline soils in which the halophytic wild rice relative Porteresia coarctata thrives. Young plants of P. coarctata grew optimally in the presence of 150 mM NaCl in a hydroponic medium and tolerated iron deficiency and salt up to 21 d without showing any symptoms of stress. A homolog of the rice iron def ...