Proteomic Analysis of Low Nitrogen Stress-Responsive Proteins in Roots of Rice

@article{Ding2010ProteomicAO,
  title={Proteomic Analysis of Low Nitrogen Stress-Responsive Proteins in Roots of Rice},
  author={Chengqiang Ding and Juan You and Zhenghui Liu and Muhammad Ishaq Asif Rehmani and Shaohua Wang and Ganghua Li and Qiang-sheng Wang and Yanfeng Ding},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology Reporter},
  year={2010},
  volume={29},
  pages={618-625}
}
In recent years, the application of proteomic approaches as a tool for global expression analysis and protein identification has been highly efficient in the field of plant research. A solution culture experiment involving two nitrogen treatments, 0.14 mM NH4NO3 (low nitrogen (N)) and 1.07 mM NH4NO3 (control), was conducted to investigate the response of rice root to low N stress. Root system architecture changed markedly under low N stress, with more lateral roots occurring on the lower part… CONTINUE READING

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