OsHKT1;5 mediates Na+ exclusion in the vasculature to protect leaf blades and reproductive tissues from salt toxicity in rice.

@article{Kobayashi2017OsHKT15MN,
  title={OsHKT1;5 mediates Na+ exclusion in the vasculature to protect leaf blades and reproductive tissues from salt toxicity in rice.},
  author={Natsuko I. KobayashiN.I. Kobayashi and Naoki Yamaji and Hiroki Yamamoto and Kaoru Okubo and Hiroki Ueno and Alex Costa and Keitaro Tanoi and Hideo Matsumura and Miho Fujii-Kashino and Tomoki Horiuchi and Mohammad Al Nayef and Sergey Shabala and Gynheung An and Jian Feng Ma and Tomoaki Horie},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2017},
  volume={91 4},
  pages={
          657-670
        }
}
Salt tolerance quantitative trait loci analysis of rice has revealed that the SKC1 locus, which is involved in a higher K+ /Na+ ratio in shoots, corresponds to the OsHKT1;5 gene encoding a Na+ -selective transporter. However, physiological roles of OsHKT1;5 in rice exposed to salt stress remain elusive, and no OsHKT1;5 gene disruption mutants have been characterized to date. In this study, we dissected two independent T-DNA insertional OsHKT1;5 mutants. Measurements of ion contents in tissues… CONTINUE READING

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