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- Pérez-Díaz, Jorge; Pérez-Díaz, J. Ricardo; Medeiros, David B.; Zuther, Ellen; Hong, Chwan-Yang; Nunes-Nesi, Adriano; Hincha, Dirk K.; Ruiz-Lara, Simón; Casaretto, José A.
- Journal of plant physiology 2019 v.238 pp. 29-39
- Arabidopsis thaliana; Oryza sativa; abscisic acid; barley; carbohydrate metabolism; drought; gene expression regulation; gene overexpression; genes; growth performance; molecular chaperones; reproduction; rice; salt stress; stress response; stress tolerance; transcription factors; transcriptomics; transgenic plants
- ... Control of gene expression and induction of cellular protection mechanisms are two important processes that plants employ to protect themselves against abiotic stresses. ABA-, stress, and ripening-induced (ASR) proteins have been identified to participate in such responses. Previous studies have proposed that these proteins can act as transcription factors and as molecular chaperones protecting tr ...