Balancing the messages: RNA metabolism mediates stress-signaling and recovery in plants
Key to the success of plants is their ability to co-ordinate timely responses to stressful environments using intricate intracellular signaling mechanisms. Most, if not all stress signaling cascades register in the nucleus and trigger transcriptional changes that are fundamental for acclimation to stress. Over the last decade it has also become apparent that chloroplasts operate as sensors of prevailing environmental conditions, perceiving abiotic stress and orchestrating the remodelling of the...[Show more]
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