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E-GEOD-41935 - Transcriptome responses to combined biotic and abiotic stresses in Arabidopsis thaliana
Released on 31 January 2013, last updated on 11 February 2013
Biotic and abiotic stresses limit agricultural yields, and plants are often simultaneously exposed to multiple stresses. Combinations of stresses such as heat and drought or cold and high light intensity, have profound effects on crop performance and yeilds To analyze such responses, we initially compared transcriptome changes in ten Arabidopsis thaliana ecotypes using cold, heat, high light, salt and flagellin treatments as single stress factors or their double combinations. Arabidopsis thaliana plants of ecotypes (Col, Ler, C24, Cvi, Kas1, An1, Sha, Kyo2, Eri and Kond) were subjected to the following stress treatments: Salt, Cold, Heat, High Light (HL), Salt+Heat, Salt+HL, Cold+HL, Heat+HL, as well as FLG (Flagellin, flg22 peptide), Cold+FLG, Heat+FLG
transcription profiling by array
Atle M Bones, Henrik B Nielsen, John Mundy, Maria C Suarez-Rodriguez, Pankaj Barah, Pia Friis, Simon Rasmussen