Comparative proteomic analysis reveals the positive effect of exogenous spermidine on photosynthesis and salinity tolerance in cucumber seedlings

@article{Sang2016ComparativePA,
  title={Comparative proteomic analysis reveals the positive effect of exogenous spermidine on photosynthesis and salinity tolerance in cucumber seedlings},
  author={Ting Sang and Xi Shan and Bin Li and Sheng Shu and Jin Sun and Shirong Guo},
  journal={Plant Cell Reports},
  year={2016},
  volume={35},
  pages={1769-1782}
}
Our results based on proteomics data and physiological alterations proposed the putative mechanism of exogenous Spd enhanced salinity tolerance in cucumber seedlings. Current studies showed that exogenous spermidine (Spd) could alleviate harmful effects of salinity. It is important to increase our understanding of the beneficial physiological responses of exogenous Spd treatment, and to determine the molecular responses underlying these responses. Here, we combined a physiological analysis with… CONTINUE READING
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