The Calcium Sensor CBL-CIPK Is Involved in Plant's Response to Abiotic Stresses

@inproceedings{Manik2015TheCS,
  title={The Calcium Sensor CBL-CIPK Is Involved in Plant's Response to Abiotic Stresses},
  author={S. M. Nuruzzaman Manik and Sujuan Shi and Jingjing Mao and Lianhong Dong and Yulong Su and Qian Wang and Haobao Liu},
  booktitle={International journal of genomics},
  year={2015}
}
Abiotic stress halts the physiological and developmental process of plant. During stress condition, CBL-CIPK complex is identified as a primary element of calcium sensor to perceive environmental signals. Recent studies established that this complex regulates downstream targets like ion channels and transporters in adverse stages conditions. Crosstalks between the CBL-CIPK complex and different abiotic stresses can extend our research area, which can improve and increase the production of… CONTINUE READING
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