Plant Mol Biol (2016) 92:689–699 DOI 1-79103-016-05310.1007/s1 Multidimensional patterns of metabolic response in abiotic ess-induced grstr owth of Arabidopsis thaliana 1 2 2 1 Brijesh S. adavY · amarT Lahav · Eli Reuveni · Daniel A. Chamovitz · Shiri eilichFr Received: 27 March 2016 / Accepted: 29 August 2016 / Published online: 15 September 2016 © Springer Science +Business Media Dordrecht 2016 Abstract obviously cluster according to stress, time or tissue. The Key message Contextualization of specific transcrip - early response to abiotic stress typically involves induc - tional responses of Arabidopsis within the stress–tissue– tion of genes involved in transcription, hormone synthesis time perspective provides a simplified representation of and signaling modules; a later response typically involves the cellular transcriptional response pathways to abiotic metabolism of amino acids and secondary metabolites. By ess, while r str educing the dimensions in gene-oriented linking specific primary and secondary response pathways, esponse description.r we outline possible stress-associated routes of response pro - Abstract Crops resistant to abiotic stresses are a long-term gression. The contextualization of specific processes within goal of many research programs, thus understanding the stress–tissue–time perspective provides a simplified repre - progression of stress responses is of great interest.
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Published: Sep 15, 2016
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