When plants are submerged by water they suffer from hypoxia. Although it has long been known that ethylene accumulates in submerged plants, its role in plant tolerance to hypoxia remained elusive. Recently, Hartman et al. described a mechanism that explains the role of ethylene in oxygen sensing and signaling.
|Titolo:||Ethylene Signaling Controls Fast Oxygen Sensing in Plants|
PERATA, Pierdomenico (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||Being printed|
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