Elucidating the molecular mechanisms mediating plant salt-stress responses.

@article{Yang2018ElucidatingTM,
  title={Elucidating the molecular mechanisms mediating plant salt-stress responses.},
  author={Yongqing Yang and Yan Guo},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  year={2018},
  volume={217 2},
  pages={523-539}
}
Contents Summary 523 I. Introduction 523 II. Sensing salt stress 524 III. Ion homeostasis regulation 524 IV. Metabolite and cell activity responses to salt stress 527 V. Conclusions and perspectives 532 Acknowledgements 533 References 533 SUMMARY: Excess soluble salts in soil (saline soils) are harmful to most plants. Salt imposes osmotic, ionic, and secondary stresses on plants. Over the past two decades, many determinants of salt tolerance and their regulatory mechanisms have been identified… CONTINUE READING
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