Photooxidative stress in plants

@inproceedings{Foyer1994PhotooxidativeSI,
  title={Photooxidative stress in plants},
  author={Christine Helen Foyer and Maud Lelandais and Karl Josef Kunert},
  year={1994}
}
The light-dependent generation of active oxygen species is termed photooxidative stress. This can occur in two ways: (1) the donation of energy or electrons directly to oxygen as a result of photosynthetic activity; (2) exposure of tissues to ultraviolet irradiation. The light-dependent destruction of catalase compounds the problem. Although generally detrimental to metabolism, superoxide and hydrogen peroxide may serve useful functions if rigorously controlled and compartmentalised. During… CONTINUE READING

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