MAPK cascades and major abiotic stresses

@article{Moustafa2014MAPKCA,
  title={MAPK cascades and major abiotic stresses},
  author={Khaled Moustafa and Synan Abuqamar and Mohammad Jarrar and Abdul Jabbar Al-Rajab and Jocelyne Tr{\'e}mouillaux-Guiller},
  journal={Plant Cell Reports},
  year={2014},
  volume={33},
  pages={1217-1225}
}
  • Khaled Moustafa, Synan Abuqamar, +2 authors Jocelyne Trémouillaux-Guiller
  • Published in Plant Cell Reports 2014
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Plants have evolved with complex signaling circuits that operate under multiple conditions and govern numerous cellular functions. Stress signaling in plant cells is a sophisticated network composed of interacting proteins organized into tiered cascades where the function of a molecule is dependent on the interaction and the activation of another. In a linear scheme, the receptors of cell surface sense the stimuli and convey stress signals through specific pathways and downstream… CONTINUE READING

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