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- Xiang You; Lin-Tong Yang; Yi-Bin Lu; Huan Li; Shi-Qi Zhang; Li-Song Chen
- Trees 2014 v.28 no.5 pp. 1383-1399
- roots, etc ; Citrus maxima; Citrus sinensis; carbohydrates; carbon; cell walls; cytoskeleton; energy metabolism; fatty acid metabolism; functional properties; gene expression regulation; glycolysis; manganese; nucleic acids; plant proteins; protein synthesis; proteomics; pummelos; seedlings; shoots; signal transduction; stress response; toxicity; two-dimensional gel electrophoresis; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... KEY MESSAGE : Fifty-three and thirty-nine differentially expressed protein spots were isolated from Mn-toxic Citrus sinensis and Citrus grandis roots, respectively. Mn-toxicity-induced changes in protein profiles greatly differed between the two species. Limited information is available on the manganese (Mn)-toxicity-responsive proteins in plant roots. ‘Sour pummelo’ (Citrus grandis) and ‘Xuegan ...
- Xiang You; Lin-Tong Yang; Yi-Ping Qi; Peng Guo; Ning-Wei Lai; Xin Ye; Qiang Li; Li-Song Chen
- Journal of plant physiology 2017 v.218 pp. 249-257
- roots, etc ; Citrus maxima; Citrus sinensis; amino acid metabolism; cytoskeleton; energy; leaf protein; leaves; manganese; photorespiration; protein composition; pummelos; reactive oxygen species; seedlings; signal transduction; stress response; two-dimensional gel electrophoresis; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... . grandis roots, but lower in C. sinensis leaves than in C. grandis leaves. This might be responsible for C. sinensis Mn-tolerance. Using two-dimensional electrophoresis, we identified more differentially abundant proteins (DAPs) in Mn-excess C. grandis than in Mn-excess C. sinensis leaves, which agrees with the higher Mn levels in Mn-excess C. grandis leaves. DAPs were mainly related to carbohydrate ...