|Title:||Chlorophyll fluorescence analysis in diverse rice varieties reveals the positive correlation between the seedlings salt tolerance and photosynthetic efficiency||Authors:||YU-CHANG TSAI
|Keywords:||Chlorophyll fluorescence; Genetic variation; Genome-wide association; Oryza sativa; Photosynthetic efficiency; Salt stress; Subspecies||Issue Date:||13-Sep-2019||Publisher:||BMC||Journal Volume:||19||Journal Issue:||1||Source:||BMC plant biology||Abstract:||
Photosynthetic efficiency might be a key factor determining plant resistance to abiotic stresses. Plants can sense when growing conditions are not favorable and trigger an internal response at an early stage before showing external symptoms. When a high amount of salt enters the plant cell, the membrane system and function of thylakoids in chloroplasts could be destroyed and affect photosynthetic performance if the salt concentration is not regulated to optimal values. Oryza species have salt-tolerant and salt-sensitive genotypes; however, very few studies have investigated the genetic architecture responsible for photosynthetic efficiency under salinity stress in cultivated rice.
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