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Fig. 2 | Rice

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From: Rice Carbohydrate-Binding Malectin-Like Protein, OsCBM1, Contributes to Drought-Stress Tolerance by Participating in NADPH Oxidase-Mediated ROS Production

Fig. 2

Differential expression of OsCBM1 affected the morphology of rice plants and their agronomic traits. A Gross morphology of wild-type (WT, Nipponbare) and the OsCBM1-overexpressed (OE) or -RNA interference (RNAi) transgenic plants at heading stages. B Harvested panicle morphology of the different plant lines, the top picture showing the morphology of 20 panicles bundled together. C Transcriptional levels of OsCBM1 in the different plant lines at the heading stages detected by qRT-PCR using OsActin1 as the internal control. D Plant height of the plants at the ripening stage. E The tiller numbers of the different plant lines. FK Yield-related parameters between the WT and OsCBM1-transgenic plants. The plants were grown in pots filled with paddy soil under natural growth condition and at least 30 plants were used for the calculation of the agronomic traits. Bars annotated with different letters represent values that are significantly different (p ≤ 0.05) according to a one-way ANOVA

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