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Soil waterlogging is one of the major abiotic stresses affecting maize grain yields. To understand the molecular mechanisms underlying waterlogging tolerance in maize, the iTRAQ LC-MS/MS technique was employed to map the proteomes of seedling root cells of the A3237 (tolerant inbred) and A3239 (sensitive inbred) lines under control and waterlogging(More)
The lepidopteran Ostrinia furnacalis is one of the most serious pests of maize production. The Cry1C proteins are group of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) proteins that are toxic to the intestine of insects. Overexpression of Cry1C protein has led to increased resistance to lepidopteran pests in several crops. In the present study, the synthetic cry1C* gene(More)
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