Drought stress

Physiological evaluation of the responses of Larix olgensis families to drought stress and proteomic analysis of the superior family

L. Zhang, Zhang, H. G., and Pang, Q. Y., Physiological evaluation of the responses of Larix olgensis families to drought stress and proteomic analysis of the superior family, vol. 14, pp. 15577-15586, 2015.

The conifer Larix olgensis has been analyzed to delineate physiological and proteomic changes that occur under drought stress. Studies of the deleterious effects of drought in the larch families have mainly focused on photosynthesis. In the present study, when the intensity of drought was increased, plant height was inhibited as both POD and MDA levels increased, which indicates oxidative stress.

Cloning and stress response analysis of the PeDREB2A and PeDREB1A genes in moso bamboo (Phyllostachys edulis)

H. L. Wu, Li, L., Cheng, Z. C., Ge, W., Gao, J., and Li, X. P., Cloning and stress response analysis of the PeDREB2A and PeDREB1A genes in moso bamboo (Phyllostachys edulis), vol. 14, pp. 10206-10223, 2015.

Moso bamboo is a large woody bamboo with the highest ecological, economic, and cultural value among all bamboos in Asia. However, environmental stress influences its growth and development and limits its geographic distribution. Therefore, improving its resistance to environmental stress is extremely important. Dehydration responsive element binding (DREB) transcription factors perform an important role in the regulation of stress-related genes, enhancing the resistance of plants to abiotic stress.

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