Plastid signalling to the nucleus and beyond
Communication between the compartments or organelles of cells is essential for plant growth and development. There is an emerging understanding of signals generated within energy-transducing organelles, such as chloroplasts and mitochondria, and the nuclear genes that respond to them, a process known as retrograde signalling. A recent series of unconnected breakthroughs have given scientists a glimpse inside the 'black box' of organellar signalling thanks to the identification of some of the...[Show more]
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