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Solanum tuberosum y Solanum commersonii, sobre-expresando el gen ScCBFI, mejoraron su tolerancia a sequía en condiciones de cultivo in vitro

Pino,María Teresa; Ávila,Andrea; Molina,Andrea; Jeknic,Zoran; Chen,Tony H.H;
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  • Published: 01 Apr 2013
  • Country: Chile
Cultivated potato crops are sensitive to drought stress, reducing yield and tuber quality when the soil water potential drops to -0.3 MPa. However, drought not only affects plant growth and physiological activity, but this stress also induces biochemical and molecular changes in the cellular gene expression profile. triggering genes that play a direct role in plant protection and gene regulation. The genes involved in regulation include C-repeat Binding Factors/Dehydration responsive element binding (CBF/DREB) transcription factors, which increase cold, drought and salt tolerance in different plant species. The aim of this research was to evaluate whether the ov...
Medical Subject Headings: food and beveragesfungi
free text keywords: CBF gene, drought stress, in vitro, potato, Solanum commersonii, Gen CBF, papas, sequía, Botany, Biology, Gene expression, Plantlet, Murashige and Skoog medium, Gene, Solanum tuberosum, Agronomy, Proline, Drought tolerance, Regulation of gene expression
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