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Cadmium (Cd) is one of the most toxic heavy metal elements in nature, and it causes serious damage to plant cells. Here, we report that a transcription factor OsMYB45 is involved in Cd stress response in rice. OsMYB45 is highly expressed in rice leaves, husks, stamens, pistils, and lateral roots, and its expression is induced by Cd stress. OsMYB45 fused to(More)
Hydrogen gas (H2) has recently been recognized as an important plant bio-regulator, inducing tolerance to several abiotic stresses. However, any role for H2 in amelioration of high-temperature-induced stress remains largely unknown. We investigated the mechanism of hydrogen-rich water (HRW)-mediated enhancement of heat-tolerance in cucumber seedlings(More)
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