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Mechanism for glycinebetaine to improve plant salt resistance and its research advances in genetic engineering


, : Mechanism for glycinebetaine to improve plant salt resistance and its research advances in genetic engineering. Acta Botanica Boreali Occidentalia Sinica 25(9): 1888-1893

This paper systematically discusses the mechanism for glycinebetaine to improve plant salt resistance and its research advances in genetic engineering at home and abroad, as well as summarizes the research progresses about the key enzymes and their genetic engineering in glycinebetaine biosynthesis.

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