Suppression of Reactive Oxygen Species Accumulation in Chloroplasts Prevents Leaf Damage but Not Growth Arrest in Salt-Stressed Tobacco Plants

@inproceedings{Lodeyro2016SuppressionOR,
  title={Suppression of Reactive Oxygen Species Accumulation in Chloroplasts Prevents Leaf Damage but Not Growth Arrest in Salt-Stressed Tobacco Plants},
  author={Anabella F Lodeyro and Mariana Gir{\'o} and Hugo O. Poli and Gabriel Bettucci and Adriana A. Cortadi and Alejandro M. Ferri and N. Hayajneh Carrillo},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2016}
}
Crop yield reduction due to salinity is a growing agronomical concern in many regions. Increased production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in plant cells accompanies many abiotic stresses including salinity, acting as toxic and signaling molecules during plant stress responses. While ROS are generated in various cellular compartments, chloroplasts represent a main source in the light, and plastid ROS synthesis and/or elimination have been manipulated to improve stress tolerance. Transgenic… CONTINUE READING
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