||Global transcriptome profiling of wild soybean (Glycine soja) roots under NaHCO3 treatment
||Plant roots are the primary site of perception and injury for saline-alkaline stress. The current knowledge of the saline-alkaline stress transcriptome is most focused on salt (NaCl) stress. Only a little alkaline (NaHCO3) stress transcriptome is limited to one time point after stress. Time-course analysis and comparative investigation on roots in the alkaline stress condition are needed to understand the gene response networks that are subject to alkaline tolerance. We used microarrays to detail the global programme of gene expression underlying NaHCO3 treatment and identified distinct classes of regulated genes during this process.
||Global transcriptome profiling of wild soybean (Glycine soja) roots under NaHCO3 treatment.(Ge et al. 2010a)
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