Apoplast proteome reveals that extracellular matrix contributes to multistress response in poplar

@inproceedings{Pechanova2010ApoplastPR,
  title={Apoplast proteome reveals that extracellular matrix contributes to multistress response in poplar},
  author={Olga Pechanova and Chuan-Yu Hsu and Joshua P. Adams and Tibor Pechan and Lindsay Vandervelde and Jenny Drnevich and Sara S Jawdy and Ardeshir Adeli and Jeffrey C. Suttle and Amanda Lawrence and Timothy J. Tschaplinski and Armand S{\'e}guin and Cetin Yuceer},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2010}
}
Riverine ecosystems, highly sensitive to climate change and human activities, are characterized by rapid environmental change to fluctuating water levels and siltation, causing stress on their biological components. We have little understanding of mechanisms by which riverine plant species have developed adaptive strategies to cope with stress in dynamic environments while maintaining growth and development. We report that poplar (Populus spp.) has evolved a systems level "stress proteome" in… CONTINUE READING
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