Generation and possible roles of NO in plant roots and their apoplastic space.

@article{Stoehr2002GenerationAP,
  title={Generation and possible roles of NO in plant roots and their apoplastic space.},
  author={Christine Stoehr and Wolfram R. Ullrich},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2002},
  volume={53 379},
  pages={
          2293-303
        }
}
In recent years, three different enzymatic pathways and a few non-enzymatic reactions have been proposed for the generation of NO in plant roots. Two of the enzymatic pathways are located in the cytosol of the plant cells, whereas the third is exclusively located in the root plasma membrane facing the apoplast from where it seems to interact with nitrate metabolism by producing signals. A response of the NO pathways to external nitrate concentrations by preventing excess nitrate nutrition… CONTINUE READING

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