No single way to understand singlet oxygen signalling in plants.

@article{Kim2008NoSW,
  title={No single way to understand singlet oxygen signalling in plants.},
  author={Chanhong Kim and Rasa M Meskauskiene and Klaus Apel and Christophe Laloi},
  journal={EMBO reports},
  year={2008},
  volume={9 5},
  pages={435-9}
}
When plant cells are under environmental stress, several chemically distinct reactive oxygen species (ROS) are generated simultaneously in various intracellular compartments and these can cause oxidative damage or act as signals. The conditional flu mutant of Arabidopsis, which generates singlet oxygen in plastids during a dark-to-light transition, has allowed the biological activity of singlet oxygen to be determined, and the criteria to distinguish between cytotoxicity and signalling of this… CONTINUE READING

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