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Author (up) Bressan, R.A.; Park, H.C.; Orsini, F.; Oh, D.-ha; Dassanayake, M.; Inan, G.; Yun, D.-J.; Bohnert, H.J.; Maggio, A. url  doi
  Title Biotechnology for mechanisms that counteract salt stress in extremophile species: a genome-based view Type Journal Article
  Year 2013 Publication Plant Biotechnology Reports Abbreviated Journal Plant Biotechnol. Rep.  
  Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages 27-37  
  Keywords Thellungiella; Extremophile species; Genome sequences; Abiotic stress; protection; Biotechnology potential; arabidopsis-thaliana; thellungiella-halophila; salinity stress; whole-genome; gene-expression; water-content; model system; tolerance; halophytes  
  Abstract Molecular genetics has confirmed older research and generated new insights into the ways how plants deal with adverse conditions. This body of research is now being used to interpret stress behavior of plants in new ways, and to add results from most recent genomics-based studies. The new knowledge now includes genome sequences of species that show extreme abiotic stress tolerances, which enables new strategies for applications through either molecular breeding or transgenic engineering. We will highlight some physiological features of the extremophile lifestyle, outline emerging features about halophytism based on genomics, and discuss conclusions about underlying mechanisms.  
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  Language English Summary Language Original Title  
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  ISSN 1863-5466 1863-5474 ISBN Medium Review  
  Area Expedition Conference  
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  Call Number MA @ admin @ Serial 4483  
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