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|標題:||Sodium chloride causes variation in organic acids and proteins in tomato root||作者:||Chen, J.H.
|關鍵字:||Tomato;salt tolerance;physiology;organic acids;proteins;aluminum tolerance;plant;salt;proteome;stress;retrotransposon;micronutrient;expression;salinity;pathway||Project:||African Journal of Biotechnology||期刊/報告no：:||African Journal of Biotechnology, Volume 9, Issue 48, Page(s) 8161-8167.||摘要:||
Tomato is a salt-tolerant crop. The purposes of this research are to evaluate changes of organic acids and proteins in tomato grown in environment of different NaCl concentrations (0, 0.25 and 0.5%, respectively). The results showed that oxalic acid, malic acid, fumaric acid and proteins in which P69C, Cytochrome P450 proteins, Lucinerich protein, phototropin-1 and retrotransposon gag protein were upregulated in 0.5% NaCl treatment. However, there were some proteins were apparently inhibited in 0.5% NaCl treatment. Tomato roots under high NaCl concentration could be characterized by the cellular activities involved in carbohydrate metabolism, organic acid production, energy metabolism, alleviating redox damage, root phenotypical change etc, which are critical for plant survival under high NaCl concentration. This study may provide an important direction to future research on salt resistance mechanisms in tomato.
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