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Compatible solutes might prevent interaction between these ions and cellular components by replacing the water molecules around these components, thereby, protecting against destabilization during drought. There is evidence showing that compatible solutes stabilize enzymes. , 1998). Glycine betaine has also been shown to stabilize the PSII supercomplex in the presence of high concentrations of NaCl (Sakamoto and Murata, 2002). , 2000). Trehalose exerts its function at lower concen- Water Stress 23 trations than other compatible solutes.
4. Molecular Responses to Drought in Drought-Tolerant Plants Various wild plants inhabit harsh environments and have strong tolerance to a number of stresses. Accumulating evidence suggests that the molecular mechanisms of tolerance in these plants are quite different from those in model and domesticated crop plants. Retama raetam is a C3-type legume that grows wild in arid areas along the Mediterranean coast. Lower leaves of this plant are shaded from strong light and active in photosynthesis, while upper leaves suffer the stress of strong light.