Expansion of the dehydrin gene family in the Pinaceae is associated with considerable structural diversity and drought-responsive expression.

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Temperatures are expected to increase over the next century in all terrestrial biomes and particularly in boreal forests, where drought-induced mortality has been predicted to rise. Genomics research is helping to develop hypotheses regarding the molecular basis of drought tolerance and recent work proposed that the osmo-protecting dehydrin proteins have… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/treephys/tpx125

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