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Title: Characterization of the response of Gliricidia Sepium (JACQ.) Steud. To saline stress through the use of proteomic and metabolomic.
Authors: BRAGA, I. de O.
SILVA, T. L. C. da
SILVA, T. L. C. da
RODRIGUES NETO, J. C.
RIBEIRO, J. A. de A.
SOUSA, C. A. F. de
SOUZA JUNIOR, M. T.
Affiliation: ÍTALO DE OLIVEIRA BRAGA, UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE LAVRAS; THALLITON LUIZ CARVALHO DA SILVA, UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE LAVRAS; THALLITON LUIZ CARVALHO DA SILVA, CNPAE; JORGE CANDIDO RODRIGUES NETO, CNPAE; JOSE ANTONIO DE AQUINO RIBEIRO, CNPAE; CARLOS ANTONIO FERREIRA DE SOUSA, CPAMN; MANOEL TEIXEIRA SOUZA JUNIOR, CNPAE.
Date Issued: 2022
Citation: In: BRAZILIAN CONGRESS OF GENETICS, 67., 2022, Natal, RN. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Genética, 2022.
Pages: p. 281
Description: Gliricidia sepium (Jacq.) Walp., a legume, is a medium-sized multipurpose plant originaly from Central America. At an economic level, gliricidia can improve water infiltration, increase the soil?s water retention capacity, reduce erosion, and restore the soil?s quality. This species can adapt to very high levels of salt stress (?20 dS m-1). Soil salinity is an environmental limiting factor for plant biomass production worldwide, and one-quarter of the irrigated area in agriculture has a problem with salinity stress.
NAL Thesaurus: Gliricidia sepium
Metabolomics
Proteomics
Salt stress
Language: Ingles
Type of Material: Anais e Proceedings de eventos
Access: openAccess
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