Barley transcript profiles under dehydration shock and drought stress treatments: a comparative analysis.

  title={Barley transcript profiles under dehydration shock and drought stress treatments: a comparative analysis.},
  author={Valentina Talam{\'e} and Neslihan Z. Ozturk and Hans J. Bohnert and Roberto Tuberosa},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  volume={58 2},
A microarray including 1654 cDNAs, mainly derived from dehydration-shocked barley leaf tissues, was utilized to monitor expression changes in leaves of barley plants subjected to slow drying conditions (7 d and 11 d: 7d-WS and 11d-WS) in soil and after rehydration. The results were compared with those obtained under shock-like conditions imposed with a 6 h dehydration treatment. A total number of 173 transcripts (approximately 10% of all transcripts profiled) were declared up- or down-regulated… CONTINUE READING


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