Chaperone Protein AdDJSKI Of A.diogoi Potentiates Biotic As Well As Abiotic Stress Tolerance In Tobacco
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Sakshi Rampuria is a research scholar at Hyderabad University in the Department of Plant Sciences. Her areas of expertise are gene expression, DNA analysis, molecular genetics, genetic engineering, and cloning.

                       

Chaperone Protein AdDJSKI Of A.diogoi Potentiates Biotic As Well As Abiotic Stress Tolerance In Tobacco

Arachis diogoi, a wild diploid species related to the cultivated peanut, is resistant to the late leaf spot pathogen Phaeoisariopsis personata, which is one of the causative agents of a disease collectively termed as "Tikka disease" in the cultivated peanuts. The wild relatives of cultivars of agricultural importance have always been explored for their rich and diverse gene pools. In our quest to identify paralogs responsible for biotic stress tolerance, we have developed data on the differentially-expressed genes and proteins...

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