Involvement of the compatible solutes trehalose and sucrose in the response to salt stress of a cyanobacterial Scytonema species isolated from desert soils
The response to moderate salt stress of a Scytonema species isolated from a soil crust in the arid region of central Australia was studied. An increase in intracellular trehalose and sucrose concentrations was detected by NMR and HPLC analysis following s
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