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Fig. 1 | Biotechnology for Biofuels

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From: Increased drought tolerance in plants engineered for low lignin and low xylan content

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The phenotype of Arabidopsis engineered plants W2#4, W4#1, W4#2, XE#55, X4#2, X4#12, pC4H:QsuB#1, pC4H:QsuB#6 and pTBL29:GUX1 compared with wild type under normal and drought stress condition on soil. a Phenotype of Arabidopsis engineered plants W2#4, W4#1, W4#2, XE#55, X4#2 and X4#12 compared with wild type (Col-0) under normal and drought stress condition. b Corresponding survival rates. c Phenotype of Arabidopsis engineered pC4H:QsuB#1 and pC4H:QsuB#6 compared with wild type (Col-0) under normal and drought stress condition. d Corresponding survival rates. e Phenotype of Arabidopsis engineered pTBL29:GUX1 compared with wild type (Col-0) under normal and drought stress condition. f Corresponding survival rates. Values in (b, d and f) show average ± SD (n = 3). The experiments in (a, c and e) were repeated at least three times and at least 35 plants for each genotype were assessed for the survival rate in each experiment. Asterisks indicate significant differences from the wild type (t test, *P < 0.05; **P < 0.01)

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