Training Memory: Exploring the Intersection of Plant Stress Signalling and DNA Methylation
Plants are sessile organisms living in a dynamic environment to which they must continually acclimatize in order to maximise their reproductive potential. This plasticity is achieved through many complex and intricate signalling pathways that allow for the continuous perception, response, and adjustments to new environmental stimuli. A growing body of evidence suggests that such pathways are not merely static but dynamic and can be primed following repeated...[Show more]
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