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A comparative transcriptomic analysis reveals the core genetic components of salt and osmotic stress responses in Braya humilis

with different selection thresholds. (DOCX) S5 Table. The 39 core salt and osmotic stress genes in B. humilis and GO annotation. (XLSX) Author Contributions Conceptualization: Pengshan Zhao, Xiao-Fei ... Ma. Data curation: Pengshan Zhao. Formal analysis: Pengshan Zhao. Funding acquisition: Pengshan Zhao, Guoxiong Chen. Investigation: Lirong Wang, Xin Zhao, Xiao-Fei Ma. Methodology: Pengshan Zhao

Different Sets of Post-Embryonic Development Genes Are Conserved or Lost in Two Caryophyllales Species (Reaumuria soongorica and Agriophyllum squarrosum)

Reaumuria soongorica and sand rice (Agriophyllum squarrosum) belong to the clade of Caryophyllales and are widely distributed in the desert regions of north China. Both plants have evolved many specific traits and adaptation strategies to cope with recurring environmental threats. However, the genetic basis that underpins their unique traits and adaptation remains unknown. In...

Transcriptomic analysis of a psammophyte food crop, sand rice (Agriophyllum squarrosum) and identification of candidate genes essential for sand dune adaptation

Background Sand rice (Agriophyllum squarrosum) is an annual desert plant adapted to mobile sand dunes in arid and semi-arid regions of Central Asia. The sand rice seeds have excellent nutrition value and have been historically consumed by local populations in the desert regions of northwest China. Sand rice is a potential food crop resilient to ongoing climate change; however...

Transcriptomic Analysis of a Tertiary Relict Plant, Extreme Xerophyte Reaumuria soongorica to Identify Genes Related to Drought Adaptation

Background Reaumuria soongorica is an extreme xerophyte shrub widely distributed in the desert regions including sand dune, Gobi and marginal loess of central Asia which plays a crucial role to sustain and restore fragile desert ecosystems. However, due to the lacking of the genomic sequences, studies on R. soongorica had mainly limited in physiological responses to drought...