Changes in mitochondrial membrane potential and accumulation of reactive oxygen species precede ultrastructural changes during ovule abortion

@article{Hauser2005ChangesIM,
  title={Changes in mitochondrial membrane potential and accumulation of reactive oxygen species precede ultrastructural changes during ovule abortion},
  author={Bernard A. Hauser and Kelian Sun and David G. Oppenheimer and T Ammy L. Sage},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2005},
  volume={223},
  pages={492-499}
}
In many species, environmental stress reduces plant fertility. In Arabidopsis thaliana, a significant fraction of this reduction in plant fertility results from ovule abortion and embryo senescence. In this species, environmental conditions were identified that induced 94% of the developing ovules to either undergo stress-induced ovule abortion or embryo senescence (Sun et al. Plant Physiol 135:2358–2367, 2004). Following salt stress, physiological and anatomical changes were first detected in… CONTINUE READING
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