Polyamines and abiotic stress in plants: a complex relationship1

@inproceedings{Minocha2014PolyaminesAA,
  title={Polyamines and abiotic stress in plants: a complex relationship1},
  author={Rakesh Minocha and Rajtilak Majumdar and Subhash C. Minocha},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2014}
}
The physiological relationship between abiotic stress in plants and polyamines was reported more than 40 years ago. Ever since there has been a debate as to whether increased polyamines protect plants against abiotic stress (e.g., due to their ability to deal with oxidative radicals) or cause damage to them (perhaps due to hydrogen peroxide produced by their catabolism). The observation that cellular polyamines are typically elevated in plants under both short-term as well as long-term abiotic… CONTINUE READING
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