Overexpression of SlGRAS7 Affects Multiple Behaviors Leading to Confer Abiotic Stresses Tolerance and Impacts Gibberellin and Auxin Signaling in Tomato
Phenotypic characterization of WT and SlGRAS7-OE. (a) One-month-old plants of WT and transgenic plants of SlGRAS7-OE lines L1, L2, and L3. (b) The height of plants WT and both generations (T1, T2) of SlGRAS7-OE shown in (a). Error bars show the standard error between three biological replicates () with more than 20 plants for each replicate performed. (c) The expression level of SlGRAS7 of one-month-old plants of WT and SlGRAS7-OE lines. Expression data were normalized with the SlGRAS7 expression in WT as 1. Error bars show the standard error between three biological replicates (). (d) A total number of internodes of one-month-old plants of WT and SlGRAS7-OE (L1, L2, and L3). (e) Tissue profiling analysis of SlGRAS7 in different organs of one-month-old wild-type plants. Expression data were normalized with the SlGRAS7 expression in the root set as 1.
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