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Eating Away at ROS to Regulate Stomatal Opening

Trends in Plant Science

Jan 15, 2020

David B MedeirosWagner L Araújo

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Although reactive oxygen species (ROS) function in guard cell signaling has been demonstrated, the control of ROS homeostasis remains elusive. Recent findings point to multiple mechanisms controlling ROS levels in guard cells. These mechanisms require secondary metabolism and autophagy,...read more

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Stomatal Movement
Signal Transduction
Autophagy
Reactive Oxygen Species
Secondary Metabolism
Regulation of Biological Process
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Eating Away at ROS to Regulate Stomatal Opening

Trends in Plant Science

Jan 15, 2020

David B MedeirosWagner L Araújo

PMID: 31932167

DOI: 10.1016/j.tplants.2019.12.023

Abstract

Although reactive oxygen species (ROS) function in guard cell signaling has been demonstrated, the control of ROS homeostasis remains elusive. Recent findings point to multiple mechanisms controlling ROS levels in guard cells. These mechanisms require secondary metabolism and autophagy,...read more

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Stomatal Movement
Signal Transduction
Autophagy
Reactive Oxygen Species
Secondary Metabolism
Regulation of Biological Process
3

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