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How Quercus ilex L. saplings face combined salt and ozone stress: a transcriptome analysis.

著者 Natali L , Vangelisti A , Guidi L , Remorini D , Cotrozzi L , Lorenzini G , Nali C , Pellegrini E , Trivellini A , Vernieri P , Landi M , Cavallini A , Giordani T
BMC Genomics.2018 Dec 04 ; 19(1):872.
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Similar to other urban trees, holm oaks (Quercus ilex L.) provide a physiological, ecological and social service in the urban environment, since they remove atmospheric pollution. However, the urban environment has several abiotic factors that negatively influence plant life, which are further exacerbated due to climate change, especially in the Mediterranean area. Among these abiotic factors, increased uptake of Na + and Cl - usually occurs in trees in the urban ecosystem; moreover, an excess of the tropospheric ozone concentration in Mediterranean cities further affects plant growth and survival. Here, we produced and annotated a de novo leaf transcriptome of Q. ilex as well as transcripts over- or under-expressed after a single episode of O (80 nl l-1, 5 h), a salt treatment (150 mM for 15 days) or a combination of these treatments, mimicking a situation that plants commonly face, especially in urban environments.
PMID: 30514212 [PubMed - in process]
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