Modulation in fatty acid composition influences salinity stress tolerance in Frankia strains

@article{Srivastava2013ModulationIF,
  title={Modulation in fatty acid composition influences salinity stress tolerance in Frankia strains},
  author={Amrita Srivastava and Satya Shila Singh and Arun Kumar Mishra},
  journal={Annals of Microbiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={64},
  pages={1315-1323}
}
Frankia strains, isolated from Hippöphae salicifolia D. Don, were utilized to examine the utility of lipid amendments in the strains’ strategic survival against salinity. Frankia strains are known to withstand severe temperature fluctuations (−20 °C to +30 °C), nitrogen deprivation and low soil water content. It was interesting to note that these strains were also able to tolerate a considerable range of salinity. Strains were subjected to 250 mM (500 mM for HsIi10) and 750 mM NaCl treatment… Expand

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