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Title: Physiological and molecular comparative analysis of two contrasting rice varieties ender jasmonic acid treatment
Authors: Mai, Thi To Huong
Mai, T. P. Nga
Ngo, Minh Anh
Nguyen, Ngan Huyen
Kieu, Thi Hanh
Nguyen, Thi Trang
Vu, Thi Thu Hien
Tran, Khanh Dang
Le, Thi Van Anh
Nguyen, Hieu Trang
Champion Antony
Keywords: Abiotic stress
Jasmonic acid (JA)
JA-responsive genes
Phosphorus starvation
Rice (Oriya sativa L.)
Issue Date: 2019
Series/Report no.: Journal of Biotechnology;№ 17(04) .- Page.663-672
Abstract: Rice is one of the most important crops but its productivity is severely threatened by both biotic and abiotic stresses. Jasmonic acid and its derivatives (referred to JA) are the lipid-based plant hormones that were commonly known as regulators of plant growth, development and defense responses. In this study, we compare the physiological and molecular responses of two rice accessions, G38 (Nep_nuong) and GI I (Tam-tron) to JA treatment. G38 plants under JA treatment experienced a reduction in shoot length, root weight. shoot weight and total plant weight which suggested its sensitiveness to JA, whereas GI 1 plants showed a less reduction in these traits.
ISSN: 1811-4989
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