Insights into genomics of salt stress response in rice

  title={Insights into genomics of salt stress response in rice},
  author={Kundan Kumar and Manu Kumar and Seong-ryong Kim and Hojin Ryu and Yong-Gu Cho},
Plants, as sessile organisms experience various abiotic stresses, which pose serious threat to crop production. Plants adapt to environmental stress by modulating their growth and development along with the various physiological and biochemical changes. This phenotypic plasticity is driven by the activation of specific genes encoding signal transduction, transcriptional regulation, ion transporters and metabolic pathways. Rice is an important staple food crop of nearly half of the world… CONTINUE READING
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