Redox signaling in the growth and development of colonial hydroids.

  title={Redox signaling in the growth and development of colonial hydroids.},
  author={Neil W. Blackstone},
  journal={The Journal of experimental biology},
  volume={206 Pt 4},
Redox signaling provides a quick and efficient mechanism for clonal or colonial organisms to adapt their growth and development to aspects of the environment, e.g. the food supply. A 'signature' of mitochondrial redox signaling, particularly as mediated by reactive oxygen species (ROS), can be elucidated by experimental manipulation of the electron transport chain. The major sites of ROS formation are found at NADH dehydrogenase of complex I and at the interface between coenzyme Q and complex… CONTINUE READING
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