L-Glutamine inhibits beta-aminobutyric acid-induced stress resistance and priming in Arabidopsis

@inproceedings{Wu2010LGlutamineIB,
  title={L-Glutamine inhibits beta-aminobutyric acid-induced stress resistance and priming in Arabidopsis},
  author={C C Wu and P Singh and Mao-Chuain Chen and Laurent Zimmerli},
  booktitle={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2010}
}
The non-protein amino acid beta-aminobutyric acid (BABA) enhances Arabidopsis resistance to microbial pathogens and abiotic stresses through potentiation of the Arabidopsis defence responses. In this study, it is shown that BABA induces the stress-induced morphogenic response (SIMR). SIMR is observed in plants exposed to sub-lethal stress conditions. Anthocyanin, a known modulator of stress signalling, was also found to accumulate in BABA-treated Arabidopsis. These data and a previous… CONTINUE READING
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