Sensor types in signal transduction pathways in plant cells responding to abiotic stressors : do they depend on stress intensity ?

@inproceedings{Kacperska2004SensorTI,
  title={Sensor types in signal transduction pathways in plant cells responding to abiotic stressors : do they depend on stress intensity ?},
  author={Alina Kacperska},
  year={2004}
}
Despite the fast growing knowledge about the components of the signalling pathways involved in the activation of drought-, cold-, osmotic stressand salt-responsive genes, relatively little is known about the sensor types responsible for the induction of the pathways. It is thought that different signals have their own cognate receptors which independently, or in cooperation, initiate a downstream signalling cascade (Xiong and Zhu 2002). On the other hand, the stress level-dependent activation… CONTINUE READING
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