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Fig. 5

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

Fig. 5

Decreased tolerance of the osbzip62-mutant plants to drought and oxidative stress. a, Phenotype of the osbzip62-mutant plants under PEG-simulated drought stress. osbzip62 plants and WT plants were treated with 20% PEG for 3 days and then recovered for 4 days. b, Survival rate of osbzip62 plants and WT plants after drought stress. The error bars indicate SEs based on three replicates. c, Phenotype of the osbzip62 plants under oxidative stress. Osbzip62 plants and WT plants were treated with 60 mM H2O2 for 4 days and then recovered for 3 days. d, Survival rate of osbzip62 plants and WT plants after oxidative stress. The error bars indicate SEs based on three replicates. e, Total chlorophyll content in rice leaves. f, Total H2O2 content. g, Total MDA content. The data represent the means ± SDs (n = 4 or 5), *P < 0.05, **P < 0.01 according to Student’s t test. FW: fresh weight

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