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Overexpression of a novel salt stress-induced glycine-rich protein gene from alfalfa causes salt and ABA sensitivity in Arabidopsis
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Cloning a novel salt stress-induced glycine-rich protein gene (MsGRP) from alfalfa provides indirect evidence that MsGRP plays important roles in seed germination and seedling growth of al falfa under some abiotic stress conditions. Expand
Isolation and functional characterization of salt-stress induced RCI2-like genes from Medicago sativa and Medicago truncatula
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The isolation and characterization of a salt stress-induced Medicago sativa (alfalfa) gene (MsRCI2A), which showed a high similarity to the yeast plasma membrane protein 3 gene (PMP3) and ArabidopsisRCI1A, and transcript analysis results suggest that MsRCI 2A and MtRCi2(A–D) genes are highly induced by salt stress. Expand
Identification of alkali-responsive proteins from early seedling stage of two contrasting Medicago species by iTRAQ-based quantitative proteomic analysis
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The physiological and phenotypic changes induced by alkali treatments were analyzed for alfalfa and barrel medic seedlings to provide new insights into the regulatory mechanisms responsible for alkali stress responses in leguminous plants and have potential implications for breeding of alkaline-resistant alfaloa and other crops. Expand
Comparative proteomic analysis of the maize responses to early leaf senescence induced by preventing pollination.
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Some new protein species that are involved in hormone signaling, glycometabolism, oxidation-reduction, protein degradation and photosystem breakdown, and other biological processes that were not previously known to be associated with leaf senescence are revealed. Expand
Molecular cloning and functional analysis of a salt-induced gene encoding an RNA-binding protein in alfalfa
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Compared with the wild-type plant, transgenic Arabidopsis plants overexpressing MsRBP displayed retarded germination and root growth under salt stress, which suggested thatMsRBP may play a negative role in salt stress regulation of alfalfa. Expand
Selection and validation of reference genes for target gene analysis with quantitative real-time PCR in the leaves and roots of Carex rigescens under abiotic stress.
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Testing the expression stability of nine potential reference genes in leaves and roots under five different abiotic stress conditions showed that combinations of at least two reference genes should be used for reliable normalization except in heat-treated root samples, which require three reference genes. Expand
Comparative iTRAQ proteomics revealed proteins associated with horn development in yak
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Some important proteins were associated with cell adhesion, cell motility, keratinocyte differentiation, cytoskeleton organization, osteoblast differentiation, and fatty acid metabolism during horn bud development during dehorning yak. Expand
Comparative Proteomic Analysis Reveals Differential Root Proteins in Medicago sativa and Medicago truncatula in Response to Salt Stress
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The results indicate that some of the identified proteins may play key roles in salt stress tolerance, and these proteins have known functions in various molecular processes, including defense against oxidative stress, metabolism, photosynthesis, protein synthesis and processing, and signal transduction. Expand
iTRAQ-based comparative proteomic analysis reveals tissue-specific and novel early-stage molecular mechanisms of salt stress response in Carex rigescens
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The expression profiles of the DEPs demonstrated that the early-stage salt response was regulated diversely between leaf and root in C. rigescens, and provided a basis for further study of the mechanism underlying salt response and tolerance in C.'s Rigescens and other plant species. Expand
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