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OsJRL, a rice jacalin-related mannose-binding lectin gene, enhances Escherichia coli viability under high-salinity stress and improves salinity tolerance of rice.

He, X; Li, L; Xu, H; Xi, J; Cao, X; Xu, H; Rong, S; Dong, Y; Wang, C; Chen, R; Xu, J; Gao, X; Xu, Z

Plant biology (Stuttgart, Germany) 2016

OsPEX11, a Peroxisomal Biogenesis Factor 11, Contributes to Salt Stress Tolerance in Oryza sativa.

Cui, P; Liu, H; Islam, F; Li, L; Farooq, MA; Ruan, S; Zhou, W

Frontiers in plant science 2016

Combined herbicide and saline stress differentially modulates hormonal regulation and antioxidant defense system in Oryza sativa cultivars.

Islam, F; Ali, B; Wang, J; Farooq, MA; Gill, RA; Ali, S; Wang, D; Zhou, W

Plant physiology and biochemistry : PPB 2016

Regulation of cation transporter genes by the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis in rice plants subjected to salinity suggests improved salt tolerance due to reduced Na(+) root-to-shoot distribution.

Porcel, R; Aroca, R; Azcon, R; Ruiz-Lozano, JM

Mycorrhiza 2016 7

Growth, physiological adaptation, and gene expression analysis of two Egyptian rice cultivars under salt stress.

Mekawy, AM; Assaha, DV; Yahagi, H; Tada, Y; Ueda, A; Saneoka, H

Plant physiology and biochemistry : PPB 2015

Rice RCN1/OsABCG5 mutation alters accumulation of essential and nonessential minerals and causes a high Na/K ratio, resulting in a salt-sensitive phenotype.

Matsuda, S; Nagasawa, H; Yamashiro, N; Yasuno, N; Watanabe, T; Kitazawa, H; Takano, S; Tokuji, Y; Tani, M; Takamure, I; Kato, K

Plant science : an international journal of experimental plant biology 2014

Salinity tolerance, Na+ exclusion and allele mining of HKT1;5 in Oryza sativa and O. glaberrima: many sources, many genes, one mechanism?

Platten, JD; Egdane, JA; Ismail, AM

BMC plant biology 2013

New allelic variants found in key rice salt-tolerance genes: an association study.

Negrão, S; Almadanim, MC; Pires, IS; Abreu, IA; Maroco, J; Courtois, B; Gregorio, GB; McNally, KL; Oliveira, MM

Plant biotechnology journal 2013 1

Effects of salt stress on ion balance and nitrogen metabolism of old and young leaves in rice (Oryza sativa L.).

Wang, H; Zhang, M; Guo, R; Shi, D; Liu, B; Lin, X; Yang, C

BMC plant biology 2012

A two-staged model of Na+ exclusion in rice explained by 3D modeling of HKT transporters and alternative splicing.

Cotsaftis, O; Plett, D; Shirley, N; Tester, M; Hrmova, M

PloS one 2012 7

Heritable alteration in salt-tolerance in rice induced by introgression from wild rice (Zizania latifolia).

Yang, C; Zhang, T; Wang, H; Zhao, N; Liu, B

Rice (New York, N.Y.) 2012 1

Improved salinity tolerance of rice through cell type-specific expression of AtHKT1;1.

Plett, D; Safwat, G; Gilliham, M; Skrumsager Møller, I; Roy, S; Shirley, N; Jacobs, A; Johnson, A; Tester, M

PloS one 2010 9

A conserved primary salt tolerance mechanism mediated by HKT transporters: a mechanism for sodium exclusion and maintenance of high K(+)/Na(+) ratio in leaves during salinity stress.

Hauser, F; Horie, T

Plant, cell & environment 2010 4

Genome-wide transcriptional analysis of salinity stressed japonica and indica rice genotypes during panicle initiation stage.

Walia, H; Wilson, C; Zeng, L; Ismail, AM; Condamine, P; Close, TJ

Plant molecular biology 2007 5

A rice quantitative trait locus for salt tolerance encodes a sodium transporter.

Ren, ZH; Gao, JP; Li, LG; Cai, XL; Huang, W; Chao, DY; Zhu, MZ; Wang, ZY; Luan, S; Lin, HX

Nature genetics 2005 10