PLoS ONE volume 9, issue 5, Pe98300 2014 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0098300 View full text
Juanjuan Liu, Jianguo Zhang, Caiyun He, Aiguo Duan

Abstract: BackgroundThe atmospheric CO2 concentration increases every year. While the effects of elevated CO2 on plant growth, physiology and metabolism have been studied, there is now a pressing need to understand the molecular mechanisms of how plants will respond to future increases in CO2 concentration using genomic techniques.Principal FindingsGene expression in triploid white poplar ((Populus tomentosa ×P. bolleana) ×P. tomentosa) leaves was investigated using the Affymetrix poplar genome gene chip, after three mo…

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