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From: A stress-responsive bZIP transcription factor OsbZIP62 improves drought and oxidative tolerance in rice

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Expression pattern analysis of OsbZIP62 under abiotic stresses and hormones. a, Relative expression level of OsbZIP62 under various stresses, including PEG6000 (15%), cold (4 °C), heat (42 °C), NaCl (150 mM), H2O2 (1%) and ABA (100 μM). b, Main stress-related cis-acting elements in the OsbZIP62 promoter region. c, Relative expression level of OsbZIP62 in different tissues (roots, stems, leaves, sheaths, panicles and calli) of rice plants under normal condition. The data represent the means ± SE (n = 3). The transcription factor site recognition information resource is available (http://bioinformatics.psb.ugent.be/ebtools/plantcare/html/)

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