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Transcription profiling of rice plants under the Sds (severe drought in soil) condition in shoots

ABSTRACT: In this series of experiments, we wanted to study the transcriptional responses of plants to different levels of water limitation. For mild drought stress, we controlled water potential (a scientific concept for dryness of soil) by using an automated watering system. This system adds water to soil based on the pF values reported by a pF sensor in soil. pF is a classical and widely used index of water potential that was first defined by Schofield (1935). For severe stress conditions, we withheld watering or even dried plants on a lab bench. Here, the transcriptional profiles were compared between well-watered and Sds-treated rice seedling shoots.
Sds (Severe dehydration stress in soil containers): We designated Sds as a term that means a severe drought stress causing dehydration of plants in our experiments (The plants were dehydrated at the sampling point). The drought stress was achieved by withholding water from plants grown in soil containers.

ORGANISM(S): Oryza sativa  

SUBMITTER: Junya Mizoi  

PROVIDER: E-MTAB-4138 | ArrayExpress | 2016-12-26


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