Ethylene antagonizes the inhibition of germination in Arabidopsis induced by salinity by modulating the concentration of hydrogen peroxide


The capacity of plants to achieve successful germination and early seedling establishment under high salinity is crucial for tolerance of plants to salt. The gaseous hormone ethylene has been implicated in modulating salt tolerance, but the detailed role of how ethylene modulates the response of early seedling establishment to salt is unclear. To better… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11738-012-0989-8

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