Endodermal ABA signaling promotes lateral root quiescence during salt stress in Arabidopsis seedlings.

@article{Duan2013EndodermalAS,
  title={Endodermal ABA signaling promotes lateral root quiescence during salt stress in Arabidopsis seedlings.},
  author={Lina Duan and Daniela Dietrich and Chong Han Ng and Penny Mei Yeen Chan and Rishikesh P Bhalerao and Malcolm J Bennett and Jos{\'e} R Dinneny},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2013},
  volume={25 1},
  pages={324-41}
}
The endodermal tissue layer is found in the roots of vascular plants and functions as a semipermeable barrier, regulating the transport of solutes from the soil into the vascular stream. As a gateway for solutes, the endodermis may also serve as an important site for sensing and responding to useful or toxic substances in the environment. Here, we show that high salinity, an environmental stress widely impacting agricultural land, regulates growth of the seedling root system through a signaling… CONTINUE READING
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