Water stress reveals differential antioxidant responses of tolerant and non-tolerant sugarcane genotypes.

@article{Boaretto2014WaterSR,
  title={Water stress reveals differential antioxidant responses of tolerant and non-tolerant sugarcane genotypes.},
  author={Luis Felipe Boaretto and Giselle Carvalho and Luc{\'e}lia Borgo and Silvana Creste and Marcos G. A. Landell and Paulo Mazzafera and Ricardo Antunes Azevedo},
  journal={Plant physiology and biochemistry : PPB},
  year={2014},
  volume={74},
  pages={
          165-75
        }
}
The biochemical responses of the enzymatic antioxidant system of a drought-tolerant cultivar (IACSP 94-2094) and a commercial cultivar in Brazil (IACSP 95-5000) grown under two levels of soil water restriction (70% and 30% Soil Available Water Content) were investigated. IACSP 94-2094 exhibited one additional active superoxide dismutase (Cu/Zn-SOD VI) isoenzyme in comparison to IACSP 95-5000, possibly contributing to the heightened response of IACSP 94-2094 to the induced stress. The total… CONTINUE READING

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