Rapid induction of distinct stress responses after the release of singlet oxygen in Arabidopsis.

@article{Camp2003RapidIO,
  title={Rapid induction of distinct stress responses after the release of singlet oxygen in Arabidopsis.},
  author={Roel G L op den Camp and Dominika Agnieszka Przybyla and Christian Ochsenbein and Christophe Laloi and Chanhong Kim and Antoine Danon and Daniela Wagner and Eva Hideg and Cornelia G{\"o}bel and Ivo Feussner and Mena Nater and Klaus Apel},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2003},
  volume={15 10},
  pages={
          2320-32
        }
}
The conditional fluorescent (flu) mutant of Arabidopsis accumulates the photosensitizer protochlorophyllide in the dark. After a dark-to-light shift, the generation of singlet oxygen, a nonradical reactive oxygen species, starts within the first minute of illumination and was shown to be confined to plastids. Immediately after the shift, plants stopped growing and developed necrotic lesions. These early stress responses of the flu mutant do not seem to result merely from physicochemical damage… CONTINUE READING

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