Plant calcium signaling and monitoring: pros and cons and recent experimental approaches

@article{Plieth2001PlantCS,
  title={Plant calcium signaling and monitoring: pros and cons and recent experimental approaches},
  author={Christoph Plieth},
  journal={Protoplasma},
  year={2001},
  volume={218},
  pages={1-23}
}
SummaryThis review focusses on Ca2+-mediated plant cell signaling and optical methods for in vivo [Ca2+] monitoring and imaging in plants. The cytosolic free calcium concentration has long been considered the central cellular key in plants. However, more and more data are turning up that critically question this view. Conflicting arguments show that there are still many open questions. One conclusion is that the cytosolic free Ca2+ concentration is just one of many cellular network parameters… CONTINUE READING

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