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Title: Comparative study of the protein profiles of Sunki mandarin and Rangpur lime plants in response to water déficit.
Authors: OLIVEIRA, T. M.
SILVA, F. R. da
BONATTO, D.
NEVES, D. M.
MORILLON, R.
MASERTI, B. E.
COELHO FILHO, M. A.
COSTA, M. G C
PIROVANI, C. P.
GESTEIRA, A. da S.
Affiliation: TAHISE M OLIVEIRA, UESC; FERNANDA R DA SILVA, UFGRS; DIEGO BONATTO, UFRS; DIANA M NEVES, UESC; RAPHAEL MORILLON, IVIA; BIANCA E MASERTI, CNR-IPSP; MAURICIO ANTONIO COELHO FILHO, CNPMF; MARCIO G C COSTA, UESC; CARLOS P PIROVANI, UESC; ABELMON DA SILVA GESTEIRA, CNPMF.
Date Issued: 2015
Citation: BMC Plant Biology, p.15-69, 2015.
Description: Rootstocks play a major role in the tolerance of citrus plants to water deficit by controlling and adjusting the water supply to meet the transpiration demand of the shoots. Alterations in protein abundance in citrus roots are crucial for plant adaptation to water deficit. We performed two-dimensional electrophoresis (2-DE) separation followed by LC/MS/MS to assess the proteome responses of the roots of two citrus rootstocks, Rangpur lime (Citrus limonia Osbeck) and ?Sunki Maravilha? (Citrus sunki) mandarin, which show contrasting tolerances to water deficits at the physiological and molecular levels.
NAL Thesaurus: Rootstocks
Citrus
Proteomics.
Keywords: Protein network
Frutas cítrica
Porta encherto
Pant-water relations.
ISSN: 1471-2229
Language: en
DOI: 10.1186/s12870-015-0416-6
Type of Material: Separatas
Access: openAccess
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