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From: Identification of candidate genes related to salt tolerance of the secretohalophyte Atriplex canescens by transcriptomic analysis

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The DEGs related to ion transport in leaves of A. canescens under 100 mM NaCl for 6 (a) and 24 h (b). NHX: tonoplast Na+/H+ antiporter, SOS1: plasma membrane Na+/H+ antiporter, HKT: high-affinity K+ transporter, KEA: K+ efflux antiporter, KCO: calcium-activated outwardly rectifying potassium channel, SKOR: stelar K+ outwardly rectifying channel, AKT: inwardly rectifying K+ channel, KT/HAK/KUP: K+ transporter, CNGC: cyclic nucleotide-gated channel, CCX: cation/Ca2+ exchanger, P-Ca2+ ATPase: plasma membrane Ca2+ ATPase, V-CAX: vacuolar cation/H+ exchanger, P-H+ ATPase: plasma membrane H+ ATPase, V-H+ PPase: vacuolar H+ PPase, MGT: Mg2+ transporter, AMT: NH4+ transporter, NRT: NO3 transporter, STAS: SO42− transporter, PHT: PO43− transporter, CLC: vacuolar Cl/H+ exchanger, SLAH: Slow type anion channel, CTR: Cu2+ transporter, BOR: BO3− transporter, ZnT: Zn3+ transporter, MOT: MoO42− transporter. The up and down arrows indicate the total number of up and downregulated DEGs, respectively. The same below

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