Overexpression of PIP2;5 Aquaporin Alleviates Effects of Low Root Temperature on Cell Hydraulic Conductivity and Growth in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Plant Physiol. 2012 Mar 20
Lee SH, Chung GC, Jiang JY, Ahn SJ, Zwiazek JJ. Plant Physiol. 2012 Mar 20
Cold stress can mimic drought stress by reducing water uptake from the soil. Overexpression of a plasma membrane intrinsic protein (PIP2.5), also referred to as an aquaporin, helped maintain cell water conductivity as well as plant growth rate in Arabidopsis under low temperature as compared to the wildtype plants. Overexpression...
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