Spreading the news: subcellular and organellar reactive oxygen species production and signalling.

@article{MignoletSpruyt2016SpreadingTN,
  title={Spreading the news: subcellular and organellar reactive oxygen species production and signalling.},
  author={Lorin F. Mignolet-Spruyt and Enjun Xu and Niina Id{\"a}nheimo and Frank Alfons Hoeberichts and Per M{\"u}hlenbock and Mikael Brosch{\'e} and Frank Van Breusegem and Jaakko Kangasj{\"a}rvi},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2016},
  volume={67 13},
  pages={3831-44}
}
As plants are sessile organisms that have to attune their physiology and morphology continuously to varying environmental challenges in order to survive and reproduce, they have evolved complex and integrated environment-cell, cell-cell, and cell-organelle signalling circuits that regulate and trigger the required adjustments (such as alteration of gene expression). Although reactive oxygen species (ROS) are essential components of this network, their pathways are not yet completely unravelled… CONTINUE READING
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