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Physiological and proteomic analyses provide insights into the rice yellowing
journal contributionposted on 2021-07-12, 22:30 authored by Yuqian Liu, Jinguang Liu, Anqi Wang, Rui Wang, Hui Sun, Padraig Strappe, Zhongkai Zhou
Integrated physiological and proteomic analyses using japonica rice and glutinous rice were applied to investigate the proteome regulation related to rice yellowing during natural storage. The changes of soluble sugar and soluble protein combined with the up-regulation expression of related proteins indicated the enhancement of carbohydrate, protein and lipid metabolism in yellowed rice. The expression of heat shock protein was up-regulated, indicating that rice yellowing occurred under heat, dry or other abiotic stress. Nevertheless, this study noted that the rice yellowing might be associated with the emergence of secondary metabolites, because the gene ontology analysis showed that the biosyntheses of secondary metabolites and phenylpropanoid were significantly enriched in yellowed rice. Based on above results, a possible proteome regulation of rice yellowing is proposed in the current study.
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External Author AffiliationsAcademy of National Food and Strategic Reserves Administration, Tianjin University of Science and Technology, China