Metabolic signalling in defence and stress: the central roles of soluble redox couples.

@article{Noctor2006MetabolicSI,
  title={Metabolic signalling in defence and stress: the central roles of soluble redox couples.},
  author={Graham Noctor},
  journal={Plant, cell & environment},
  year={2006},
  volume={29 3},
  pages={409-25}
}
Plant growth and development are driven by electron transfer reactions. Modifications of redox components are both monitored and induced by cells, and are integral to responses to environmental change. Key redox compounds in the soluble phase of the cell are NAD, NADP, glutathione and ascorbate--all of which interact strongly with reactive oxygen. This review takes an integrated view of the NAD(P)-glutathione-ascorbate network. These compounds are considered not as one-dimensional 'reductants… CONTINUE READING
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