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Table 7 Genome-editing in plants to improve tolerance to abiotic stress (1996–May 2018)

From: What is the available evidence for the range of applications of genome-editing as a new tool for plant trait modification and the potential occurrence of associated off-target effects: a systematic map

PlantDeveloper, producer, countryTraitSpecificationTechnological specificationReferences
MaizeGhent University, Belgium; Center for Plant Systems Biology, Belgium; Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, KeniaDrought toleranceCRISPR/Cas9
SDN1
[172]
DuPont Pioneer, USACRISPR/Cas9
SDN3
[24, 164]
RiceAnhui Academy of Agricultural Sciences, ChinaSalt toleranceCRISPR/Cas9
SDN1
[20]
RiceHuazhong Agricultural University, ChinaArsenic toleranceCRISPR/Cas9
SDN1
[109]
Sun Yat-sen University, ChinaCRISPR/Cas9
SDN1
[110]
SoybeanUSDA-ARS, USADrought and salt toleranceCRISPR/Cas9
SDN1
[173]
WheatMontana State University, USADrought toleranceCRISPR/Cas9
SDN1
[174]
  1. CRISPR/Cas9 Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats/CRISPR associated protein 9, SDN Site directed nucleases