Time-Course Comparative Metabolite Profiling under Osmotic Stress in Tolerant and Sensitive Tibetan Hulless Barley

@article{Yuan2018TimeCourseCM,
  title={Time-Course Comparative Metabolite Profiling under Osmotic Stress in Tolerant and Sensitive Tibetan Hulless Barley},
  author={H. Yuan and Xingquan Zeng and Jian Shi and Qijun Xu and Yulin Wang and Dunzhu Jabu and Zha Sang and T. Nyima},
  journal={BioMed Research International},
  year={2018},
  volume={2018}
}
Tibetan hulless barley is widely grown in the extreme environmental conditions of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau which is characterized by cold, high salinity, and drought. Osmotic stress always occurs simultaneously with drought and its tolerance is a vital part of drought tolerance. The diversity of metabolites leading to osmotic stress tolerance was characterized using widely-targeted metabolomics in tolerant (XL) and sensitive (D) accessions submitted to polyethylene glycol. XL regulated a more… Expand
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