Sergii Kretinin

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Salicylic acid is associated with the primary defense responses to biotic stress and formation of systemic acquired resistance. However, molecular mechanisms of early cell reactions to phytohormone application are currently undisclosed. The present study investigates the participation of phospholipase D and NADPH-oxidase in salicylic acid signal(More)
This work was aimed at investigating the primary reactions of plant cell metabolism in response to salt stress. It was found that the phospholipase D regulatory enzyme is activated in wild-type and transgenic cax1 tobacco plants during the early stages of the influence of salt stress. We have shown that a disturbance in the intracellular homeostasis of(More)
The work was aimed at investigation of primary reactions of plant cell metabolism in response to salt stress influence. It was found that phospholipase D regulatory enzyme is activated in wild type tobacco plants and transgenic cax1 tobacco plants during the early stages of salt stress influence. We have shown that disturbance of intracellular calcium ions(More)
Although a considerable progress has been made in studying the molecular basics of cytokinin action, many aspects of their effect remain obscure. It is com monly accepted that intracellular transduction of cytokinin signal is ensured by a two component signal transduction system of the bacterial type [1]. However, some data suggest that the mechanism of(More)
Plant cell metabolism reactions upon biotic stress conditions are initiated via cellular signaling systems. At the same time, signaling pathways of phytohormonal mediators of biotic stress induction, salicylic acid and jasmonic acid, and their intracellular activities are implemented in cooperation with lipid-derived regulatory elements. In this work we(More)
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