Uncoupling high light responses from singlet oxygen retrograde signaling and spatial-temporal systemic acquired acclimation
Distinct ROS signaling pathways initiated by singlet oxygen (¹O₂) or superoxide and hydrogen peroxide have been attributed to either cell death or acclimation, respectively. Recent studies have revealed that more complex antagonistic and synergistic relationships exist within and between these pathways. As specific chloroplastic ROS signals are difficult to study, rapid systemic signaling experiments using localized high light (HL) stress or ROS treatments were used in this study to uncouple...[Show more]
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