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- Ellouzi, Hasna; Hamed, Karim Ben; Hernández, Iker; Cela, Jana; Müller, Maren; Magné, Christian; Abdelly, Chedly; Munné-Bosch, Sergi
- Planta 2014 v.240 no.6 pp. 1299-1317
- Arabidopsis thaliana; abscisic acid; antioxidants; ecosystems; ethylene; halophytes; hydrogen peroxide; jasmonic acid; leaves; plant growth; roots; salinity; salt stress; salt tolerance; signal transduction; sodium chloride; stress response
- ... Salt stress is one of the most important abiotic stress factors affecting plant growth and productivity in natural ecosystems. In this study, we aimed at determining possible differences between salt tolerant and salt sensitive species in early (within 72 h) salt stress response in leaves and roots. To this purpose, we subjected three Brassicaceae species, namely two halophytes—Cakile maritima and ...
- Han, Jong Won; Klochkova, Tatyana A.; Shim, Junbo; Nagasato, Chikako; Motomura, Taizo; Kim, Gwang Hoon
- Planta 2014 v.240 no.6 pp. 1253-1267
- Phaeophycophyta; biochemical pathways; chloroplasts; cytoplasmic inheritance; gamma-aminobutyric acid; gene expression; gene expression regulation; genes; germ cells; hydrogen peroxide; mass spectrometry; mitochondria; parthenogenesis; proteins; proteomics; succinic acid; zygote
- ... Metabolic pathways of cell organelles may influence the expression of nuclear genes involved in fertilization and subsequent zygote development through a retrograde regulation. In Scytosiphon lomentaria, inheritance of chloroplast is biparental but mitochondria are maternally inherited. Male and female gametes underwent different parthenogenetic outcomes. Most (>99 %) male gametes did not differen ...