Herbivore-Triggered Electrophysiological Reactions: Candidates for Systemic Signals in Higher Plants and the Challenge of Their Identification.

@article{Zimmermann2016HerbivoreTriggeredER,
  title={Herbivore-Triggered Electrophysiological Reactions: Candidates for Systemic Signals in Higher Plants and the Challenge of Their Identification.},
  author={Matthias R. Zimmermann and Axel Mith{\"o}fer and Torsten Will and Hubert H. Felle and Alexandra C U Furch},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={170 4},
  pages={2407-19}
}
In stressed plants, electrophysiological reactions (elRs) are presumed to contribute to long-distance intercellular communication between distant plant parts. Because of the focus on abiotic stress-induced elRs in recent decades, biotic stress-triggered elRs have been widely ignored. It is likely that the challenge to identify the particular elR types (action potential [AP], variation potential, and system potential [SP]) was responsible for this course of action. Thus, this survey focused on… CONTINUE READING
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