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Metabolic responses to waterlogging differ between roots and shoots and reflect phloem transport alteration in medicago truncatula

Lothier, Jeremy; Diab, Houssein; Cukier, Caroline; Limami, Anis M.; Tcherkez, Guillaume


Root oxygen deficiency that is induced by flooding (waterlogging) is a common situation in many agricultural areas, causing considerable loss in yield and productivity. Physiological and metabolic acclimation to hypoxia has mostly been studied on roots or whole seedlings under full submergence. The metabolic difference between shoots and roots during waterlogging, and how roots and shoots communicate in such a situation is much less known. In particular, the metabolic acclimation in shoots and...[Show more]

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Date published: 2020
Type: Journal article
Source: Plants
DOI: 10.3390/plants9101373
Access Rights: Open Access


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