Two Rumex species from contrasting hydrological niches regulate flooding tolerance through distinct mechanisms.

  title={Two Rumex species from contrasting hydrological niches regulate flooding tolerance through distinct mechanisms.},
  author={Hans van Veen and Angelika Mustroph and Gregory A. Barding and Marleen H Vergeer-van Eijk and Rob A M Welschen-Evertman and Ole Pedersen and Eric J W Visser and Cynthia K Larive and Ronald Pierik and Julia Bailey-Serres and Laurentius A. C. J. Voesenek and Rashmi Sasidharan},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  volume={25 11},
Global climate change has increased flooding events, which affect both natural vegetation dynamics and crop productivity. The flooded environment is lethal for most plant species because it restricts gas exchange and induces an energy and carbon crisis. Flooding survival strategies have been studied in Oryza sativa, a cultivated monocot. However, our understanding of plant adaptation to natural flood-prone environments remains scant, even though wild plants represent a valuable resource of… CONTINUE READING
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