Biosensors in plants.

@article{Sadanandom2010BiosensorsIP,
  title={Biosensors in plants.},
  author={Ari Sadanandom and Richard M Napier},
  journal={Current opinion in plant biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={13 6},
  pages={
          736-43
        }
}
Biosensors come in an increasing array of forms and their development is defining the rate of advance for our understanding of many natural processes. Developmental biology is increasingly using mathematical models and yet few of these models are based on quantitative recordings. In particular, we know comparatively little about the endogenous concentrations or fluxes of signalling molecules such as the phytohormones, an area of great potential for new biosensors. There are extremely useful… CONTINUE READING
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