Proteomic analysis of the effect of aluminum oxide nanoparticles on soybean root under flooding stress
ABSTRACT: Flooding stress has a negative impact on the soybean cultivation in early growth stages. In order to understand the effect of aluminum oxide nanoparticles on the soybean growth under flooding stress, quantitative proteomics technique was used.
Aluminum oxide (Al2O3) nanoparticles are used in agricultural products and cause various adverse growth effects on different plant species. To study the effects of Al2O3 nanoparticles on soybean under flooding stress, a gel-free proteomic technique was used. Morphological analysis revealed that treatment with 50 ppm Al2O3 nanoparticles under flooding stress enhanced soybean growth compared to ZnO and Ag nanoparticles. A total of 172 common proteins that significantly changed in abundance among c ...[more]
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