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Authors Rani, S., S. K. Bishnoi, S. C. Mahala, S. Devi, S. C. Goyal, R. Angrish and K. S. Datta
Title Protein Profile of Some Salt Hyperaccumulator Plants Suitable for Salinity Phytoremediation
Source Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants
Abstract Investigations were carried out by SDS-PAGE to identify specific proteins associated with some salt hyperaccumulator plants i.e. Suaeda fruticosa, Portulaca oleracea, Chenopodium ambrosoides, Atriplex lentiformis, A. amnicola, A. nummularia and Setaria indica. It was seen that in response to high salinity, three proteins (56.2, 15.8 and 14.1 kDa) in Suaeda fruticosa, one in Atriplex lentiformis (10.0 kDa), two in A. nummularia (51.8 and 22.1 kDa), six each in A. amnicola (44.6, 26.6, 25.1, 19.9, 12.5 and 10.0 kDa) and Chenopodium ambrosoides (167.9, 74.9, 63.1, 56.2, 19.9 and 17.7 kDa); and three in Portulaca oleracea (105.2, 26.6 and 15.8 kDa) were de novo synthesized which might be associated with their salt hyperaccumulation characteristics. On the other hand, no new proteins were observed in Setaria indica, rather two proteins (118.9 and 8.4 kDa) disappeared or repressed, which might indicate the least salt hyperaccumulation nature of this plant. In addition one protein each of Atriplex lentiformis (22.1 kDa), A. amnicola (29.8 kDa) and Chenopodium ambrosoides (59.5 kDa) also disappeared.
ISSN 0971-5894
ISBN 0971-5894
Publication Date Oct
Year Published 2007
Volume 13
Issue 3-4
Beginning Page 215-219
Unique Article Identifier BCI:BCI201200515566
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