Shi-Pin Chen

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The heavy metal Cadmium (Cd), added to the water bodies through weathering of rocks and human activities, constitutes one of the major environmental pollutants toxic to plants. This study examines the proteome changes in roots of actively growing Kandelia candel (L.) Druce when challenged with Cd. This mangrove-like species proliferates in estuaries and(More)
To elucidate chloroplast genome evolution within neotropical-paleotropical bamboos, we fully characterized the chloroplast genome of the woody bamboo Guadua angustifolia. This genome is 135,331 bp long and comprises of an 82,839-bp large single-copy (LSC) region, a 12,898-bp small single-copy (SSC) region, and a pair of 19,797-bp inverted repeats (IRs).(More)
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