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Abiotic stress of seagrasses: recent advances in transcriptomics, genomics, and systems biology
Malandrakis, E.E.; Danis, T.; Iona, A.; Exadactylos, A. (2017). Abiotic stress of seagrasses: recent advances in transcriptomics, genomics, and systems biology, in: Kumar, M. et al. (Ed.) Systems biology of marine ecosystems. pp. 119-132. https://hdl.handle.net/10.1007/978-3-319-62094-7_6
In: Kumar, M.; Ralph, P.J. (Ed.) (2017). Systems biology of marine ecosystems. Springer: Cham. ISBN 978-3-319-62092-3. xviii, 351 pp. https://hdl.handle.net/10.1007/978-3-319-62094-7, more

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Author keywords
    Seagrasses; Abiotic stress; Transcriptomics; Genomics; Systems biology

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  • Malandrakis, E.E.
  • Danis, T.
  • Iona, A.
  • Exadactylos, A.

Abstract
    Seagrasses are a unique taxonomic rank of Plantae, totally submerged to marine environment. They evolved from terrestrial plants so this progression provoked alterations in genome, providing adaptation abilities to aquatic environment. The development of high-throughput technologies, such as omics, bridges the gap between genome and phenotype, shedding some light on molecular mechanisms that regulate seagrass tolerance to abiotic stress.

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