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- Zhang, Xin; Zhang, Bin; Li, Ming Juan; Yin, Xu Ming; Huang, Li Fang; Cui, Yan Chun; Wang, Man Ling; Xia, Xinjie
- Journal of plant biology = 2016 v.59 no.3 pp. 271-281
- Arabidopsis; Oryza sativa; abscisic acid; developmental stages; drought; drought tolerance; electrolytes; genes; heat stress; hybrids; hypersensitivity; microarray technology; nuclear localization signals; plant response; proline; proteins; rice; seed germination; tissues; transcriptional activation; transgenic plants; water stress; zinc; zinc finger motif
- ... Zinc nger proteins (ZFPs) play important roles in plant responses to biotic and abiotic stresses. Through microarray analysis, an Oryza sativa L. multi-stress-responsive gene, OsMSR15, was identied and subsequently cloned from rice Pei’ai 64S (Oryza sativa L.). Expression of OsMSR15 was strongly up-regulated by cold, drought and heat stresses in different tissues at different developmental stages ...
- Lee, Jae-Hoon
- Journal of plant biology = 2016 v.59 no.3 pp. 223-230
- Arabidopsis; abiotic stress; cold; drought; freezing; heat; photomorphogenesis; receptors; seedlings; signal transduction; ubiquitin-protein ligase; ultraviolet radiation
- ... Plants experience a variety of environmental stresses such as cold, drought, freezing, flooding, wounding, heat and UV-B, all of which result in decreased productivity. Among abiotic stresses, UV-B stress is considered to be a critical factor affecting the rate of plant growth because the amount of UV-B reaching the Earth’s surface is constantly increasing. While high fluence rates of UV-B trigger ...