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Published Erratum
. 2019 Jul 24;9(1):11015.
doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-46780-x.

Author Correction: Rice Intermediate Filament, OsIF, Stabilizes Photosynthetic Machinery and Yield Under Salinity and Heat Stress

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Author Correction: Rice Intermediate Filament, OsIF, Stabilizes Photosynthetic Machinery and Yield Under Salinity and Heat Stress

Neelam Soda et al. Sci Rep. .
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Germination and stress tolerance assay indicated better physiology of over-expression transgenic seedlings (OEIF) than the wild-type (WT) and knock-down (KDIF) seedlings under control (white bars) and salt stress condition (black bars). (A) Seed germination and seedling growth assay, under control and salt stress conditions. Pictures were taken at 2, 5, 12 and 18 days of germination; (B) Seed germination percentage; (C) Shoot length; (D) K+/Na+ ratio; (E) Electrolyte leakage percentage as measured for WT, OEIF and KDIF lines; (F) Microscopic imaging of 20 d old leaf tissue (epidermal peel) of transgenic and WT plants revealed comparatively elongated epidermal cells in OEIF shoots than in the WT and KDIF (marked by white arrows). (G) Measurement of epidermal cell length from the panel. Data are shown as mean ± SE, which were calculated from three independent experiments and the significant difference is shown as [(*)p < 0.05 probability levels] after comparison of WT control with OEIF and KDIF control and WT (salt-stressed) with OEIF and KDIF (salt-stressed). Bar = 0.01 mm.

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