Model plant systems in salinity and drought stress proteomics studies: a perspective on Arabidopsis and Sorghum.

@article{Ngara2014ModelPS,
  title={Model plant systems in salinity and drought stress proteomics studies: a perspective on Arabidopsis and Sorghum.},
  author={Rudo Ngara and Bongani Kaiser Ndimba},
  journal={Plant biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={16 6},
  pages={
          1029-32
        }
}
More than a decade after the sequencing of its genome, Arabidopsis still stands as the epitome of a model system in plant biology. Arabidopsis proteomics has also taught us great lessons on different aspects of plant growth, development and physiology. Without doubt our understanding of basic principles of plant biology would not have been this advanced if it were not for knowledge gained using Arabidopsis as a model system. However, with the projections of global climate change and rapid… CONTINUE READING

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