Maintenance of pre‐existing DNA methylation states through recurring excess‐light stress
The capacity for plant stress priming and memory and the notion of this being underpinned by DNA methylation‐mediated memory is an appealing hypothesis for which there is mixed evidence. We previously established a lack of drought‐induced methylome variation in Arabidopsis thaliana (Arabidopsis); however, this was tied to only minor observations of physiological memory. There are numerous independent observations demonstrating that photoprotective mechanisms, induced by excess‐light stress, can...[Show more]
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