Physiological and transcriptomic characterization of submergence and reoxygenation responses in soybean seedlings.

@article{Tamang2014PhysiologicalAT,
  title={Physiological and transcriptomic characterization of submergence and reoxygenation responses in soybean seedlings.},
  author={Bishal Gole Tamang and Joseph O Magliozzi and M. A. Saghai Maroof and Takeshi Fukao},
  journal={Plant, cell & environment},
  year={2014},
  volume={37 10},
  pages={2350-65}
}
Complete inundation at the early seedling stage is a common environmental constraint for soybean production throughout the world. As floodwaters subside, submerged seedlings are subsequently exposed to reoxygenation stress in the natural progression of a flood event. Here, we characterized the fundamental acclimation responses to submergence and reoxygenation in soybean at the seedling establishment stage. Approximately 90% of seedlings succumbed during 3 d of inundation under constant darkness… CONTINUE READING
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