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An Overview of Abiotic Stress in Cereal Crops: Negative Impacts, Regulation, Biotechnology and Integrated Omics

Rajendran Jeyasri, Pandiyan Muthuramalingam, Lakkakula Satish, Shunmugiah Karutha Pandian, Jen-Tsung Chen, Sunny Ahmar, Xiukang Wang, Freddy Mora-Poblete, Manikandan Ramesh
2021 Plants  
For decades, researchers have attempted to unravel the mechanisms of AbS for enhancing the corresponding tolerance of plants, especially for crop production in agriculture.  ...  In addition, the development of omics studies has improved to address the identification of AbS responsive genes and it enables the interaction between signaling pathways, molecular insights, novel traits  ...  genetic differences, to get new candidate genes for improving salt tolerance in wheat [39, 40] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/plants10071472 fatcat:hwleotqbcbaqvebau6zwyy626u

Genomic resources for breeding crops with enhanced abiotic stress tolerance

Kailash C. Bansal, Sangram K. Lenka, Tapan K. Mondal, R. Tuberosa
2013 Plant Breeding  
In this article, we discuss various aspects of generation of genomic resources and their utilization for developing abiotic stress-tolerant crops to ensure sustainable agricultural production and food  ...  To meet the challenges of climate change, exploring natural diversity in the existing plant genetic resource pool as well as creation of new mutants through chemical mutagenesis and molecular biology is  ...  Bhat, National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources, New Delhi-12, India, for valuable suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1111/pbr.12117 fatcat:uwcg63faw5bblm2zhbl3zcytou

Identification, analysis and development of salt responsive candidate gene based SSR markers in wheat

Amit Kumar Singh, Shiksha Chaurasia, Sundeep Kumar, Rakesh Singh, Jyoti Kumari, Mahesh C. Yadav, Nidhi Singh, Sonam Gaba, Sherry Rachel Jacob
2018 BMC Plant Biology  
The identified gene based SSR markers will be valuable genomic resources for genetic/association mapping of salinity tolerance in wheat.  ...  Salinity severely limits wheat production in many parts of the world. Development of salt tolerant varieties represents the most practical option for enhancing wheat production from these areas.  ...  The funder has no role in the design of the study and collection, analysis, and interpretation of data and in writing the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12870-018-1476-1 fatcat:wnifymnhuvgvbhdxjl25li5bpa

Genetic analysis of microsatellite markers for salt stress in two contrasting maize parental lines and their RIL population

Ayşen Yumurtaci, Hülya Sipahi, Li Zhao
2017 Acta Botanica Croatica  
In this study, 3308 maize expressed sequence tags (ESTs) from salt stress-related libraries were assembled to mine repetitive sequences for development of applicable markers.  ...  Among 59 EST-simple sequence repeats (SSRs), a total of 55 were screened for polymorphism between F35 (salt sensitive) and F63 (salt tolerant) parents and 48 out of 55 were detected as monomorphic.  ...  of Sciences, for his great support during experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1515/botcro-2016-0042 fatcat:jrlx2u7bnnfdrkys62clw6b7ga

Genetic and transcriptional variations in NRAMP-2 and OPAQUE1 genes are associated with salt stress response in wheat

Benedict C. Oyiga, Francis C. Ogbonnaya, Ram C. Sharma, Michael Baum, Jens Léon, Agim Ballvora
2018 Theoretical and Applied Genetics  
Abstract The dissection of the genetic and molecular components of salt stress response offers strong opportunities toward understanding and improving salt tolerance in crops.  ...  Key message SNP alleles on chromosomes 4BL and 6AL are associated with sensitivity to salt tolerance in wheat and upon validation can be exploited in the development of salt-tolerant wheat varieties.  ...  A large proportion of germplasm used in the study originated from the International Winter Wheat Improvement Program (a joint breeding program of Ministry of Agriculture of Turkey, CIMMYT, and ICARDA).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00122-018-3220-5 fatcat:yvr66fnppzhnpmz224yafo6uam

Transcriptome profiling of the salt-stress response in Triticum aestivum cv. Kharchia Local

Etika Goyal, Singh K. Amit, Ravi S. Singh, Ajay K. Mahato, Suresh Chand, Kumar Kanika
2016 Scientific Reports  
This information can be used to improve salt tolerance in elite wheat cultivars and to develop tolerant germplasm for other cereal crops.  ...  Kharchia Local wheat variety is an Indian salt tolerant land race known for its tolerance to salinity.  ...  E.G., A.K.S. and K.K. were involved in result interpretation, analysis and integration of results, besides associating with drafting and finalization of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep27752 pmid:27293111 pmcid:PMC4904219 fatcat:abwz7cunurc2fnmt7kuz4waer4

Identification and analysis of novel salt responsive candidate gene based SSRs (cgSSRs) from rice (Oryza sativa L.)

Kutubuddin Ali Molla, Ananda Bhusan Debnath, Showkat Ahmad Ganie, Tapan Kumar Mondal
2015 BMC Plant Biology  
Marker assisted breeding is a rapid and efficient way to develop improved variety for salinity stress tolerance.  ...  For validation, 19 primer sets were evaluated to detect polymorphism in diversity analysis among the two panels consisting of 17 salt tolerant and 17 susceptible rice genotypes.  ...  Showkat Ahmad Ganie is grateful to the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India for the award of Senior Research Fellow.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12870-015-0498-1 pmid:25982586 pmcid:PMC4435636 fatcat:mac6o6gilfgn3igmzd4kgmhgpi

Potential of Allele Mining for Improving Drought Tolerance in Crops

Akash Sinha, Ankita Chauhan, Pushpa Lohani
2020 International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences  
Allele mining Huge genetic variation exists in crop gene pools for the drought tolerance genes.  ...  Comparison of QTL and microarray data is difficult due to low number of sequence based markers in genetic map of crops such as wheat. To overcome this problem SNP discovery is very important.  ... 
doi:10.20546/ijcmas.2020.905.121 fatcat:6m2fmecxfrbkpcgx3hqsv36uzm

Redox and Ionic Homeostasis Regulations against Oxidative, Salinity and Drought Stress in Wheat (A Systems Biology Approach)

Zahid Hussain Shah, Hafiz M. Rehman, Tasneem Akhtar, Ihsanullah Daur, Muhammad A. Nawaz, Muhammad Q. Ahmad, Iqrar A. Rana, Rana M. Atif, Seung H. Yang, Gyuhwa Chung
2017 Frontiers in Genetics  
In wheat, abiotic stresses trigger specific networks of pathways involved in redox and ionic homeostasis as well as osmotic balance.  ...  In this review, we discuss systems biology and omics as a promising tool to study responses to oxidative, salinity, and drought stress in wheat.  ...  Hence, these interconnected features constitute a breeding target for breeders to improve the potential range of adaptability of their germplasm to salt stress.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fgene.2017.00141 pmid:29089961 pmcid:PMC5651134 fatcat:eef3yk4wnre2hhmv3tgx5sha5u

Proteomic comparison reveals the contribution of chloroplast to salt tolerance of a wheat introgression line

Wenjing Xu, Hongjun Lv, Mingming Zhao, Yongchao Li, Yueying Qi, Zhenying Peng, Guangmin Xia, Mengcheng Wang
2016 Scientific Reports  
In line with these data, it is concluded that the contribution of chloroplast to high salinity tolerance of wheat cv.  ...  Thus SR3 is a special wheat mutant and can be used to mine some associated genes closely responding to abiotic stress. For instance, TaSRO1, the putative gene of SR3's salt tolerance QTL, and  ...  The sequence of each selected DEP was used as a tBLASTn query against the wheat EST database in NCBI.  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep32384 pmid:27562633 pmcid:PMC4999883 fatcat:f2lqolbs5vdbzb75kb3wjdfvtq

Salt tolerance mechanisms in Salt Tolerant Grasses (STGs) and their prospects in cereal crop improvement

Swarnendu Roy, Usha Chakraborty
2014 Botanical Studies  
For the second perspective, mining the salt tolerant genes in the close relatives of cereal crops apparently becomes important, and most specifically in the salt tolerant grasses (STGs).  ...  In this review the potentiality of STGs has been evaluated for increasing the salinity tolerance of cereal crops.  ...  potentiality as a source of genes for improving the salt tolerance of cereal crops.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1999-3110-55-31 pmid:28510965 pmcid:PMC5432819 fatcat:ggc6dcq7mndvvmiwwa5267aegq

Isolation and molecular characterization of ERF1, an ethylene response factor gene from durum wheat (Triticum turgidum L. subsp. durum), potentially involved in salt-stress responses

Emna Makhloufi, Fatma-Ezzahra Yousfi, William Marande, Isabelle Mila, Mohsen Hanana, Hélène Bergès, Rim Mzid, Mondher Bouzayen
2014 Journal of Experimental Botany  
The authors are grateful to the National Institute of Field Crops for kindly providing wheat seeds and to O. Berseille, L. Lemonier, and D. Saint-Martin for technical support.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was supported by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in Tunisia and the Ministry of Agriculture Hydraulic Resources and Fisheries, and by a PHC-Utique  ...  These data provide new leads towards improving durum wheat tolerance to abiotic stresses.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jxb/eru352 pmid:25205575 fatcat:cdigpxknyrgqblchcrzm3hz25a

The non-random patterns of genetic variation induced by asymmetric somatic hybridization in wheat

Mengcheng Wang, Yujie Ji, Shiting Feng, Chun Liu, Zhen Xiao, Xiaoping Wang, Yanxia Wang, Guangmin Xia
2018 BMC Plant Biology  
Here, we explored this issue by comparing expressed sequence tags of a common wheat cultivar and its asymmetric somatic hybrid line.  ...  Nucleotide substitutions distributed unevenly and were preferential to indel-flanking sequences, and the frequency of nucleotide substitutions at 5'-flanking sequences of indels was obviously higher in  ...  Availability of data and materials The sequences have been submitted to Genbank (accession number: JZ881292 -JZ892704). 2 College of Veterinary Medicine, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing 210095  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12870-018-1474-3 pmid:30332989 pmcid:PMC6192298 fatcat:emq37ldtfjghzj7bhhuo7txgrq

Improving Salt Tolerance of Chickpea Using Modern Genomics Tools and Molecular Breeding

Mayank Kaashyap, Rebecca Ford, Abhishek Bohra, Aniket Kuvalekar, Nitin Mantri
2017 Current Genomics  
In view of the projected expansion of chickpea into arable and salt-stressed land by 2050, increasing attention is being placed on improving the salt tolerance of this crop.  ...  Initially, we focus on the identification of novel genetic resources for salt tolerance via extensive germplasm screening.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors are thankful to Australia-India Strategic Research Fund (AISRF) for supporting this research project.  ... 
doi:10.2174/1389202918666170705155252 pmid:29204084 pmcid:PMC5684649 fatcat:omwu3m4mzncvdnrb4qk7rmh3zy

MicroRNAs: Potential Targets for Developing Stress-Tolerant Crops

Saurabh Chaudhary, Atul Grover, Prakash Chand Sharma
2021 Life  
Moreover, a methodology is also discussed to mine stress-responsive miRNAs from the enormous amount of transcriptome data available in the public domain generated using next-generation sequencing (NGS)  ...  Considering the functional role of miRNAs in mediating stress responses, these molecules may be explored as novel targets for engineering stress-tolerant crop varieties.  ...  Identification of miRNAs and their targets in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) by EST analysis. Genet. Mol. Res. 2013, 12, 3793-3805. [CrossRef] [PubMed] 49.  ... 
doi:10.3390/life11040289 pmid:33800690 fatcat:a34ywvvrgnd45fnldiryddqffe
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