Environmental cues induce changes of steviol glycosides contents and transcription of corresponding biosynthetic genes in Stevia rebaudiana.

@article{Yang2015EnvironmentalCI,
  title={Environmental cues induce changes of steviol glycosides contents and transcription of corresponding biosynthetic genes in Stevia rebaudiana.},
  author={Yongheng Yang and Su-zhen Huang and Yulin Han and Haiyan Yuan and Chunsun Gu and Zhongwei Wang},
  journal={Plant physiology and biochemistry : PPB},
  year={2015},
  volume={86},
  pages={174-180}
}
Plant growth and secondary metabolism are commonly regulated by external cues such as light, temperature and water availability. In this study, the influences of low and high temperatures, dehydration, photoperiods, and different growing stages on the changes of steviol glycosides (SGs) contents and transcription levels of fifteen genes involved in SGs biosynthesis of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni were examined using HPLC and RT-PCR. The observations showed that the transcript levels of all the… CONTINUE READING
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