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Blocking ethylene perception enhances flooding tolerance in rice seedlings



Blocking ethylene perception enhances flooding tolerance in rice seedlings



Functional Plant Biology 30(7): 813-819



An ethylene inhibitor, 1-methylcyclopropene (MCP), was used to evaluate the effect of ethylene on chlorophyll degradation and plant survival. Seedlings of two cultivars, FR13A (tolerant) and IR42 (intolerant), either untreated or treated with MCP for 5 h before submergence, were submerged for 6 days.

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DOI: 10.1071/fp03049


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