Plasmodesmata at the crossroads between development , dormancy , and defense 1

@inproceedings{Rinne2004PlasmodesmataAT,
  title={Plasmodesmata at the crossroads between development , dormancy , and defense 1},
  author={P{\"a}ivi L. H. Rinne and Christiaan van der Schoot},
  year={2004}
}
Plants are frequently exposed to environmental stress and organisms that seek to benefit from their autotrophic nature. To cope with these challenges plants have developed stress-resistance mechanisms, which involve sensing, activation of signal transduction cascades, changes in gene expression, and physiological adjustment. Exposure to one kind of stress often leads to cross-tolerance, that is, resistance to different kinds of stresses. The search for a common underlying mechanism concentrates… CONTINUE READING

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