MicroRNAs as regulators in plant metal toxicity response

@inproceedings{MendozaSoto2012MicroRNAsAR,
  title={MicroRNAs as regulators in plant metal toxicity response},
  author={Ana B. Mendoza-Soto and Federico S{\'a}nchez and G. Laguna Hern{\'a}ndez},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2012}
}
Metal toxicity is a major stress affecting crop production. This includes metals that are essential for plants (copper, iron, zinc, manganese), and non-essential metals (cadmium, aluminum, cobalt, mercury). A primary common effect of high concentrations of metal such as aluminum, copper, cadmium, or mercury is root growth inhibition. Metal toxicity triggers the accumulation of reactive oxygen species leading to damage of lipids, proteins, and DNA. The plants response to metal toxicity involves… CONTINUE READING
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