Retrograde Signals: Integrators of Interorganellar Communication and Orchestrators of Plant Development.

  title={Retrograde Signals: Integrators of Interorganellar Communication and Orchestrators of Plant Development.},
  author={Amancio Jos{\'e} de Souza and Jin-Zheng Wang and Katayoon Dehesh},
  journal={Annual review of plant biology},
Interorganellar cooperation maintained via exquisitely controlled retrograde-signaling pathways is an evolutionary necessity for maintenance of cellular homeostasis. This signaling feature has therefore attracted much research attention aimed at improving understanding of the nature of these communication signals, how the signals are sensed, and ultimately the mechanism by which they integrate targeted processes that collectively culminate in organellar cooperativity. The answers to these… CONTINUE READING
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