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- Gong, Qiao Qiao, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Thenew phytologist 2018 v.219 no.1 pp. 149-162
- Oryza sativa; abiotic stress; alleles; aluminum; biotic stress; citrates; gel electrophoresis; metal tolerance; mutants; mutation; plant response; polymerase chain reaction; rice; secretion; stress tolerance; transactivators; transcriptional activation; transfer DNA
- ... Whilst WRKY transcription factors are known to be involved in diverse plant responses to biotic stresses, their involvement in abiotic stress tolerance is poorly understood. OsFRDL4, encoding a citrate transporter, has been reported to be regulated by ALUMINUM (Al) RESISTANCE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR 1 (ART1) in rice, but whether it is also regulated by other transcription factors is unknown. We defin ...
- Gong, Qiao Qiao, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- BMC plant biology 2015 v.15 no.1 pp. 123
- Oryza sativa; abscisic acid; absorption; amino acids; anaerobic conditions; copper sulfate; crops; cytosol; enzymes; genes; genetic engineering; glycosylation; growth and development; hydrogen peroxide; mercuric chloride; mercury; models; paddy soils; plant tissues; rice; risk factors; roots; stress tolerance; toxicity; translation (genetics)
- ... BACKGROUND: Mercury (Hg) is not only a threat to public health but also a growth risk factor to plants, as it is readily accumulated by higher plants. Accumulation of Hg in plants disrupts many cellular-level functions and inhibits growth and development; however, the detoxification and tolerance mechanisms of plants to Hg stress are still not fully understood. Exposure to toxic Hg also occurs in ...
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- Gong, Qiao Qiao, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of proteomics 2014 v.98 pp. 189-205
- Oryza sativa; acid soils; aluminum; biochemical pathways; bioinformatics; cell growth; cell structures; cultivars; energy; gene expression regulation; genes; gluconeogenesis; glycolysis; ions; messenger RNA; metal tolerance; physiological transport; protein metabolism; proteins; proteome; proteomics; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; rice; roots; signal transduction; stress tolerance; toxicity
- ... One of the major limitations to crop growth on acid soils is the prevalence of soluble aluminum ions (Al3+). Rice (Oryza sativa L.) has been reported to be highly Al tolerant; however, large-scale proteomic data of rice in response to Al3+ are still very scanty. Here, we used an iTRAQ-based quantitative proteomics approach for comparative analysis of the expression profiles of proteins in rice roo ...