Improving Crop Resistance to Abiotic Stress (vol. 1-2) by N. Tuteja, et. al.

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Transcriptomics-related studies in sorghum have identified differentially expressed genes that play a major role in various responses to abiotic stress such as drought, salinity, and ABA [79]. Owing to its closeness to rice genome than any other major cereal crops with complex genomes and high levels of gene duplication, sorghum is considered one of the ideal candidates for genomic analysis. 4 Salt Stress-Related Transcriptome Changes Across Diverse Genera Monocots and dicots have diverged from common ancestors between 12 and 20 MYA.

2 List of some of the gene families analyzed using comparative genomics approach in various plant genera. Gene family Organism compared Function Reference PDI Arabidopsis, rice and maize Formation of proper disulfide bonds during protein folding [29] PEBP Arabidopsis, rice, maize, wheat, sorghum Act on the control of flowering time [30] APx Arabidopsis and rice Catalyze the conversion of H2O2 [31] to H2O, using ascorbate as the specific electron donor in this enzymatic reaction Dof Arabidopsis, poplar, and rice DNA binding with one finger domain transcription factor Signaling [32] TCS Arabidopsis and rice Endo-bmannase Arabidopsis, poplar, and rice Function in seed germination and other plant biological processes [34] [33] CBS Arabidopsis and rice Probable role in salt stress response [35] studies, mainly due to its short generation time, small size, and a relatively small nuclear genome.

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