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|Abiotic stress responses in plant roots: A proteomics perspective
|Ghosh, D, Xu, J (2014). Abiotic stress responses in plant roots: A proteomics perspective. Frontiers in Plant Science 5 (JAN) : 6. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2014.00006
|Abiotic stress conditions adversely affect plant growth, resulting in significant decline in crop productivity. To mitigate and recover from the damaging effects of such adverse environmental conditions, plants have evolved various adaptive strategies at cellular and metabolic levels. Most of these strategies involve dynamic changes in protein abundance that can be best explored through proteomics. This review summarizes comparative proteomic studies conducted with roots of various plant species subjected to different abiotic stresses especially drought, salinity, flood, and cold. The main purpose of this article is to highlight and classify the protein level changes in abiotic stress response pathways specifically in plant roots. Shared as well as stressor-specific proteome signatures and adaptive mechanism(s) are simultaneously described. Such a comprehensive account will facilitate the design of genetic engineering strategies that enable the development of broad-spectrum abiotic stress-tolerant crops. © 2014 Ghosh and Xu.
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