Moderately Elevated Temperature Eliminates Resistance of Rice Plants with Enhanced Expression of Glutathione Reductase to Intensive Photooxidative Stress

@article{Kouil2003ModeratelyET,
  title={Moderately Elevated Temperature Eliminates Resistance of Rice Plants with Enhanced Expression of Glutathione Reductase to Intensive Photooxidative Stress},
  author={Roman Kouřil and Du{\vs}an Laz{\'a}r and Hyun-Ah Lee and Jinki Jo and Jan Nau{\vs}},
  journal={Photosynthetica},
  year={2003},
  volume={41},
  pages={571-578}
}
We developed transgenic rice plants (Oryza sativa L. cv. Daeribbyeo) overproducing cytosolic glutathione reductase (GR) using a GR gene from Brassica campestris and studied their response to photo-oxidative stress in the presence of methyl viologen (MV, 10 and 50 μM concentrations) under room (25 °C) and moderately elevated (35 °C) temperature by analysis of chlorophyll (Chl) a fluorescence parameters (FV/FM, qN, and qP) and of Chl content. Elevated temperature enhanced and accelerated the… CONTINUE READING

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