Hsf and Hsp gene families in Populus: genome-wide identification, organization and correlated expression during development and in stress responses

@inproceedings{Zhang2015HsfAH,
  title={Hsf and Hsp gene families in Populus: genome-wide identification, organization and correlated expression during development and in stress responses},
  author={Jin Zhang and Bobin Liu and Jianbo Li and Li Zhang and Yan Wang and Huanquan Zheng and Mengzhu Lu and Jun Chen},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2015}
}
Heat shock proteins (Hsps) are molecular chaperones that are involved in many normal cellular processes and stress responses, and heat shock factors (Hsfs) are the transcriptional activators of Hsps. Hsfs and Hsps are widely coordinated in various biological processes. Although the roles of Hsfs and Hsps in stress responses have been well characterized in Arabidopsis, their roles in perennial woody species undergoing various environmental stresses remain unclear. Here, a comprehensive… CONTINUE READING
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