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pmic7630-sup-0001-tableS1.xls74KTable S1. Proteomics reports signifying RICE PROTEOMICS. Only those references are cited here that appearred during the period August 2010 to the end of July 2013 (three years). For other references and their significance in rice proteomics, readers are recommended to go through the series of comprehensive reviews on RICE PROTEOMICS [Rakwal & Agrawal, 2003; Agrawal & Rakwal, 2006; Agrawal et al., 2006; Agrawal & Rakwal, 2008; Agrawal et al., 2009; Agrawal & Rakwal, 2011].
pmic7630-sup-0002-tableS2.xls356KTable S2. Differentially up- and down-regulated proteins in various tissues upon abiotic stresses.
pmic7630-sup-0003-tableS3.xls36KTable S3. Most prevalent proteins differentially induced in response to abiotic stresses.

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