Proteomic Responses to Salinity Stress: Exploring Protein Fraction Variations in Salt-Sensitive and Salt- Tolerant Genotypes of Chickpea

Authors : Sandeep Ghosh; Yogesh Kumar; N.K. Matta

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 8 - August

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The investigation into variations in relative protein fractions under different salinity levels provides insights into the intricate interplay between plant physiology and stress responses. This study aimed to understand the effect of different salinity regimes on proportion of protein fractions namely albumins, globulins, glutelins and prolamins. Two different genotypes (salt tolerant and salt sensitive) of chickpea were investigated. Both genotype exhibited nuanced protein fraction modulation, highlighting dynamic protein allocation in salinity-induced stress. Tolerant genotype showed a more adaptability towards salinity stress as compared to sensitive one. Variations in proportions of different fractions reflected responsive protein distribution shifts under salinity stress. These findings showcase plant protein composition's adaptability to adversity, urging further molecular investigations for potential stress- resilience strategies.

Keywords : Protein Fractions, Salinity, Salt Tolerant, Salt Sensitive.


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