Analysis of Proteins in Aerenchymatous Seminal Roots of Wheat Grown in Hypoxic Soils Under Waterlogged Conditions (supplementary Material)
Keywords: Bradford method; CS620 sensor; Isoelectric focusing; MASCOT; Peptides; Proteomics technology; Two-dimensional polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis; Vesicular trafficking; Wheat; aerenchymatous seminal roots; germin-like proteins; hypoxic seminal roots; hypoxic soils; hypoxic stress; isoelectric focusing; lysigenous aerenchyma; microslicer; proteome; proteome analysis; waterlogged conditions
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2011-09-01
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