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ISOLATION, MOLECULAR CHARACTERISATION AND EXPRESSION LEVEL OF CYTOSOLIC HEAT-SHOCK PROTEIN 90 (HSP90) GENES OF CRYPTOCORYNE CILIATA, A HALOPHYTE PLANT
Journal of sustainability science and management
As sessile organisms, plants need osmotic adjustment and intercellular molecule changes for survival. Heat-shock proteins (HSPs)/ chaperones have been identified as the molecules involved in homeostasis and plays a crucial role in protecting plants against stresses. The HSPsproteins re-establish protein conformation through the folding, assembly, translocation degradation, stabilization of membrane protein (Wang et al., 2004; Wei et al., 2020) . So far, more than twenty different family ofdoi:10.46754/jssm.2021.10.004 fatcat:4l2sv3vu2rdhpatqwgunqpmefu