Autotoxicity mechanism of Oryza sativa: transcriptome response in rice roots exposed to ferulic acid

@inproceedings{Chi2012AutotoxicityMO,
  title={Autotoxicity mechanism of Oryza sativa: transcriptome response in rice roots exposed to ferulic acid},
  author={W J Chi and Yun-An Chen and Yu-Chywan Hsiung and Shih-Feng Fu and Chang-Hung Tony Chou and Ngoc Nam Trinh and Ying-Chih Chen and Hao-Jen Huang},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2012}
}
Autotoxicity plays an important role in regulating crop yield and quality. To help characterize the autotoxicity mechanism of rice, we performed a large-scale, transcriptomic analysis of the rice root response to ferulic acid, an autotoxin from rice straw. Root growth rate was decreased and reactive oxygen species, calcium content and lipoxygenase activity were increased with increasing ferulic acid concentration in roots. Transcriptome analysis revealed more transcripts responsive to short… CONTINUE READING
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