Effects of abiotic stress on physiological plasticity and water use of Setaria viridis (L.).

@article{Saha2016EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of abiotic stress on physiological plasticity and water use of Setaria viridis (L.).},
  author={Prasenjit Saha and Nir Sade and Ahmad Arzani and Maria Del Mar Rubio Wilhelmi and Kevin Coe and Bosheng Li and Eduardo Blumwald},
  journal={Plant science : an international journal of experimental plant biology},
  year={2016},
  volume={251},
  pages={128-138}
}
The emerging model Setaria viridis with its C4 photosynthesis and adaptation to hot and dry locations is a promising system to investigate water use and abiotic stress tolerance. We investigated the physiological plasticity of six S. viridis natural accessions that originated from different regions of the world under normal conditions and conditions of water-deficit stress and high temperatures. Accessions Zha-1, A10.1 and Ula-1 showed significantly higher leaf water potential (Ψleaf… CONTINUE READING

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