Kandelia candel is one of the mangrove species that are most resistant to environmental stress. As a typical nonsalt-secreting mangrove plant, K. candel is an ideal biological material to analyze the molecular mechanism of salt tolerance in woody plants. In this study, changes in protein abundance and expression profile in K. candel roots under high-salinity stress of 600 mmol L-1 NaCl were analyzed using isobaric tags for relative and absolute quantification (iTRAQ) assay. Moreover, the physiological parameters associated with metabolic pathways in which the differentially abundant proteins (DAPs) are involved were determined. A total of 5577 proteins were identified by iTRAQ analysis of the K. candel root proteins, of which 227 were DAPs with a fold change ratio >1.2 or a fold change ratio
Proteome, energy metabolism, cell wall, antioxidation, triterpenoids
XING, JIANHONG; PAN, DEZHUO; WANG, LINGXIA; TAN, FANGLIN; and CHEN, WEI
"Proteomic and physiological responses in mangrove Kandelia candel roots under short-term high-salinity stress,"
Turkish Journal of Biology: Vol. 43:
5, Article 4.
Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/biology/vol43/iss5/4