Pinar Baloglu

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LEA (late embryogenesis abundant) proteins are firstly discovered in seeds and then identified in vegetative tissues of different plant species. They are mainly regulated under abiotic stress conditions. Although genome wide studies of different gene family members have been performed in cucumber, there is no such a study for LEA genes. We have identified(More)
Late embryogenesis abundant (LEA) proteins are large and diverse group of polypeptides which were first identified during seed dehydration and then in vegetative plant tissues during different stress responses. Now, gene family members of LEA proteins have been detected in various organisms. However, there is no report for this protein family in watermelon(More)
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