Genome-wide transcriptional analysis of salinity stressed japonica and indica rice genotypes during panicle initiation stage

@article{Walia2006GenomewideTA,
  title={Genome-wide transcriptional analysis of salinity stressed japonica and indica rice genotypes during panicle initiation stage},
  author={Harkamal Walia and Clyde Wilson and Linghe Zeng and Abdelbagi M Ismail and Pascal Condamine and Timothy J. Close},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={63},
  pages={609 - 623}
}
Rice yield is most sensitive to salinity stress imposed during the panicle initiation (PI) stage. In this study, we have focused on physiological and transcriptional responses of four rice genotypes exposed to salinity stress during PI. The genotypes selected included a pair of indicas (IR63731 and IR29) and a pair of japonica (Agami and M103) rice subspecies with contrasting salt tolerance. Physiological characterization showed that tolerant genotypes maintained a much lower shoot Na… CONTINUE READING
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