|Title:||Physiological and molecular responses of seedlings of an upland rice (‘Tung Lu 3’) to total submergence compared to those of a submergence-tolerant lowland rice (‘FR13A’)||Authors:||Yang, Si-Yu
|Keywords:||Upland rice;Submergence;ROS;Antioxidant enzyme activity;SUS1||Issue Date:||Aug-2017||Publisher:||Springer||Journal Volume:||10||Start page/Pages:||42||Source:||Rice||Abstract:||
Understanding the responses of rice to environmental stresses such as unscheduled submergence is of pressing important owing to increasing severity of weather thought to arise from global climate change. When rice is completely submerged, different types adopt either a quiescence survival strategy (i.e., minimal shoot elongation) or an escape strategy (i.e., enhanced shoot elongation). Each strategy can prolong survival depending on the circumstances. While submergence responses have been studied in rice typical of lowland and flood-prone areas, few studies have explored the physiological and molecular properties of upland rice under submergence. Here, we use seedlings of the upland rice 'Tung Lu 3' ('TL3') to analyze physiological and molecular responses to submergence. We compare them with those of ` FR13A', a lowland rice that tolerates submergence by adopting the quiescence strategy.
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