Do nitric oxide donors mimic endogenous NO-related response in plants?

  title={Do nitric oxide donors mimic endogenous NO-related response in plants?},
  author={Jolanta Floryszak-Wieczorek and Grzegorz Milczarek and Magdalena Arasimowicz and Aleksander Ciszewski},
Huge advances achieved recently in elucidating the role of NO in plants have been made possible by the application of NO donors. However, the application of NO to plants in various forms and doses should be subjected to detailed verification criteria. Not all metabolic responses induced by NO donors are reliable and reproducible in other experimental designs. The aim of the presented studies was to investigate the half-life of the most frequently applied donors (SNP, SNAP and GSNO), the rate of… CONTINUE READING


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