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The plants were harvested 1 week after the final NaCl concentration was reached.

Metabolic Profiling Plants were grown in soil and subjected to salt stress as described above. Influence of extreme weather disasters on global crop production. The effect of salt stress on growth parameters of A.

For soil experiments, salt treatments were applied to plants with four true leaves Arabidopsis and E. Furthermore, metabolic profiling of E. The levels of the TCA cycle intermediates, citrate and malate, were substantially higher in the extremophytes compared to Arabidopsis.

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At the bottom of the article, feel free to list any sources that hierochujtica your changes, so that we can fully understand their context. Thank You for Your Contribution! Biotechnology for mechanisms that counteract salt stress in extremophile species: GE and YK, under the supervision of AF, performed the metabolic profiling experiments and data analysis.


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Anatomical significance of the hygrochastic movement in Anastatica hierochuntica. In addition, glycine levels were reduced in response to stress in all three species although the actual level of glycine was highest in Arabidopsis at all treatment levels compared to the extremophytes. The fifth and sixth leaves of Arabidopsis hierochuhtica E.

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Low induction of non-photochemical quenching and high photochemical efficiency in the annual desert plant Anastatica hierochuntica. Serine and glycerate, which are intermediates of the photorespiratory cycle, also displayed differences in accumulation between the extremophytes and Arabidopsis. Within the ball, the fruits remain attached and closed, protecting the seeds and preventing them from being dispersed prematurely.

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Not all extremophytes, however, are primed for stress. The Arabidopsis halophytic relative Thellungiella halophila tolerates nitrogen-limiting conditions by maintaining growth, nitrogen uptake, and assimilation. Desiccation tolerance in the vegetative tissues of the fern Mohria caffrorum is seasonally regulated.

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Retrieved from ” https: Repeated bifurcation proceeds between subsequent pairs of more lanceolate, toothed, hirsute leaves, resulting in anastatlca multi-branched, sympodial shoot structure that can vary greatly in overall three-dimensional architecture Figures 1E,F. Eutrema salsugineum exhibits extreme salt tolerance Kant et al. The reference genome of the halophytic plant Eutrema salsugineum.


The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest. The levels of the metabolites indicated hierochunticw ii to v were all higher in the extremophytes.

Anastatica hierochuntica chromosome number diploid and DNA content. After the rainy seasonthe plant dries up, dropping leaves and curling branches into a tight ball, and ” hibernates “. GE and SB wrote the article and all authors read and approved the manuscript. This metabolic signature appears to be an important feature of extremophyte Brassicaceae under control, salt and low-N conditions and irrespective of growth platforms Kant et al. The Journal of Ecology. Glycerate is the product of the penultimate reaction in the photorespiratory pathway and is converted to 3-phosphoglycerate, which is fed back into the Calvin cycle Hagemann and Bauwe, Comparative 2D-DIGE analysis of salinity responsive microsomal proteins from leaves hierovhuntica salt-sensitive Arabidopsis thaliana and salt-tolerant Thellungiella salsuginea.