Physiological, biochemical and proteomics analysis reveals the adaptation strategies of the alpine plant Potentilla saundersiana at altitude gradient of the Northwestern Tibetan Plateau.

@article{Ma2015PhysiologicalBA,
  title={Physiological, biochemical and proteomics analysis reveals the adaptation strategies of the alpine plant Potentilla saundersiana at altitude gradient of the Northwestern Tibetan Plateau.},
  author={Lan Ma and Xudong Sun and Xiangxiang Kong and Jos{\'e} Valero Galv{\'a}n and Xiong Li and Shihai Yang and Yunqiang Yang and Yongping Yang and Xiangyang Hu},
  journal={Journal of proteomics},
  year={2015},
  volume={112},
  pages={63-82}
}
UNLABELLED This study presents an analysis of leave and rood morphology, biochemical and proteomics approach as adaptation strategies of the alpine plant Potentilla saundersiana in an altitude gradient. Several plant physiological parameter, including root and leaf architecture, leaf photosynthesis capacity, specific leaf area (SLA) and leaf nitrogen concentration, histology and microscopy, anthocyanin and proline contents, antioxidant enzyme activity assay, in-gel enzyme activity staining… CONTINUE READING
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