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      transcriptomics; Arabidopsis; barley; rice; sugarcane; wheat; maize.

    • Abstract

       

      Different stresses include nutrient deficiency, pathogen attack, exposure to toxic chemicals etc. Transcriptomic studies have been mainly applied to only a few plant species including the model plant, Arabidopsis thaliana. These studies have provided valuable insights into the genetic networks of plant stress responses. Transcriptomics applied to cash crops including barley, rice, sugarcane, wheat and maize have further helped in understanding physiological and molecular responses in terms of genome sequence, gene regulation, gene differentiation, posttranscriptional modifications and gene splicing. On the other hand, comparative transcriptomics has provided more information about plant’s response to diverse stresses. Thus, transcriptomics, together with other biotechnological approaches helps in development of stress tolerance in crops against the climate change.

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      Sameen Ruqia Imadi1 Alvina Gul Kazi1 Mohammad Abass Ahanger2 Salih Gucel3 Parvaiz Ahmad4

      1. Atta-ur-Rehman School of Applied Biosciences, National University of Sciences and Technology, H-12 Campus, Islamabad 25000, Pakistan
      2. Stress Physiology Lab Department of Botany, Jiwaji University, Gwalior 474 011, India
      3. Centre for Environmental Research, Near East University, 33010, Lefkosha, Turkish Republic of the Northern Cyprus
      4. Department of Botany, Sri Pratap College, Srinagar 190 001, India
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