Systemic and Intracellular responses to PhotoOxidative Sress in Arabidopsis
As the sun tracks daily through the sky from east to west, different parts of the canopy are exposed to high light (HL). The extent of and mechanisms by which a systemic acquired acclimation (SAA) response might preacclimate shaded leaves that will be subsequently exposed to full sunlight is largely undefined. We investigated the role of an Arabidopsis thaliana zinc finger transcription factor, ZAT10, in SAA. ZAT10 overexpression resulted in enhanced tolerance to photoinhibitory light and...[Show more]
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