Poplar under drought: comparison of leaf and cambial proteomic responses.

@article{Durand2011PoplarUD,
  title={Poplar under drought: comparison of leaf and cambial proteomic responses.},
  author={Thomas C. Durand and Kjell Sergeant and Jenny Renaut and S{\'e}bastien Planchon and Lucien Hoffmann and Sabine Carpin and Philippe Label and Domenico Morabito and Jean-Francois Hausman},
  journal={Journal of proteomics},
  year={2011},
  volume={74 8},
  pages={
          1396-410
        }
}
The forest ecosystem is of particular importance from an economic and ecological perspective. However, the stress physiology of trees, perennial and woody plants, is far from being fully understood. For that purpose, poplar plants were exposed to drought; the plants exhibited commonly reported drought stress traits in the different plant tissues. Leafy rooted cuttings of poplar were investigated through a proteomic approach in order to compare the water constraint response of two plant tissues… Expand
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