MAP kinases in plant signal transduction: how many, and what for?

@article{Ligterink2000MAPKI,
  title={MAP kinases in plant signal transduction: how many, and what for?},
  author={Wilco Ligterink},
  journal={Results and problems in cell differentiation},
  year={2000},
  volume={27},
  pages={11-27}
}
  • Wilco Ligterink
  • Published 2000 in Results and problems in cell differentiation
Mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) pathways are protein kinase cascades that have a function in the transduction of extracellular signals to intracellular targets in all eukaryotes. Distinct MAPK pathways are regulated by different signals and have a role in a wide variety of physiological processes. In plants there is evidence for a role of MAPKs in the signaling of pathogens, abiotic stresses, plant hormones, and cell cycle cues. A large number of distinct MAPKs in plants have been… CONTINUE READING

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