Silicon enhances suberization and lignification in roots of rice (Oryza sativa)

@inproceedings{Fleck2011SiliconES,
  title={Silicon enhances suberization and lignification in roots of rice (Oryza sativa)},
  author={Alexander T. Fleck and Thandar Nye and Cornelia Repenning and Frank Stahl and Marc Zahn and Manfred Schenk},
  booktitle={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2011}
}
The beneficial element silicon (Si) may affect radial oxygen loss (ROL) of rice roots depending on suberization of the exodermis and lignification of sclerenchyma. Thus, the effect of Si nutrition on the oxidation power of rice roots, suberization and lignification was examined. In addition, Si-induced alterations of the transcript levels of 265 genes related to suberin and lignin synthesis were studied by custom-made microarray and quantitative Real Time-PCR. Without Si supply, the oxidation… CONTINUE READING

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