Salicylic acid and photosynthesis: signalling and effects

@article{Janda2014SalicylicAA,
  title={Salicylic acid and photosynthesis: signalling and effects},
  author={Tibor Janda and Orsolya Kinga Gondor and Rusina Yordanova Yordanova and Gabriella Szalai and Magda P{\'a}l},
  journal={Acta Physiologiae Plantarum},
  year={2014},
  volume={36},
  pages={2537-2546}
}
Salicylic acid (SA) is a well-known signalling molecule playing a role in local and systemic acquired resistance against pathogens as well as in acclimation to certain abiotic stressors. As a stress-related signalling compound, it may directly or indirectly affect various physiological processes, including photosynthesis. The effects of exogenously applied SA on plant physiological processes under optimal environmental conditions are controversial. Several studies suggest that SA may have a… CONTINUE READING
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