Current advances in abscisic acid action and signalling

  title={Current advances in abscisic acid action and signalling},
  author={J{\'e}r{\^o}me Giraudat and François Parcy and Nathalie Bertauche and Françoise Gosti and Jeffrey Leung and P F Morris and Michelle Bouvier-Durand and Nicole Vartanian},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
Abscisic acid (ABA) participates in the control of diverse physiological processes. The characterization of deficient mutants has clarified the ABA biosynthetic pathway in higher plants. Deficient mutants also lead to a revaluation of the extent of ABA action during seed development and in the response of vegetative tissues to environmental stress. Although ABA receptor(s) have not yet been identified, considerable progress has been recently made in the characterization of more downstream… CONTINUE READING
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