Calcium: a regulation system emerges in plant cells


Calcium occupies a pre-eminent place in the cellular control systems of animals (Campbell, 1983). Because of the cytotoxic effects of calcium, cells pay very particular attention to keeping cytoplasmic calcium levels very much lower than the normal extracellular 10~M level; usually it is in the range 1CT-10~M. This is accomplished using a variety of calcium… (More)


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@inproceedings{Gilroy2005CalciumAR, title={Calcium: a regulation system emerges in plant cells}, author={Simon Gilroy and David P Blowers and Anthony Trewavas}, year={2005} }