Cell Wall Metabolism in Response to Abiotic Stress.

  title={Cell Wall Metabolism in Response to Abiotic Stress.},
  author={Hyacinthe Le Gall and Florian Philippe and Jean-Marc Domon and Françoise Gillet and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Pelloux and Catherine Rayon},
  volume={4 1},
This review focuses on the responses of the plant cell wall to several abiotic stresses including drought, flooding, heat, cold, salt, heavy metals, light, and air pollutants. The effects of stress on cell wall metabolism are discussed at the physiological (morphogenic), transcriptomic, proteomic and biochemical levels. The analysis of a large set of data shows that the plant response is highly complex. The overall effects of most abiotic stress are often dependent on the plant species, the… CONTINUE READING
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