Differential response of gray poplar leaves and roots underpins stress adaptation during hypoxia
The molecular and physiological responses of gray poplar (Populus x canescens) following root hypoxia were studied in roots and leaves using transcript and metabolite profiling. The results indicate that there were changes in metabolite levels in both organs, but changes in transcript abundance were restricted to the roots. In roots, starch and sucrose degradation were altered under hypoxia, and concurrently, the availability of carbohydrates was enhanced, concomitant with depletion of sucrose...[Show more]
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