Looking at Halophytic Adaptation to High Salinity Through Genomics Landscape

@inproceedings{Nikalje2017LookingAH,
  title={Looking at Halophytic Adaptation to High Salinity Through Genomics Landscape},
  author={G. Nikalje and T. R. Nikam and P Suprasanna},
  booktitle={Current genomics},
  year={2017}
}
Soil salinity is an important stress factor that limits plant growth and productivity. For a given plant species, it is critical to sense and respond to salt stimuli followed by activation of multitude of mechanisms for plants to survive. Halophytes, the wonders of saline soils, have demonstrated ability to withstand and reproduce in at least 200 mM NaCl concentration, which makes them an ideal system to study mechanism of salt adaptation for imparting salt tolerance in glycophytes. Halophytes… CONTINUE READING
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