The HIC signalling pathway links CO2 perception to stomatal development

@article{Gray2000TheHS,
  title={The HIC signalling pathway links CO2 perception to stomatal development},
  author={Julie E. Gray and Geoff H. Holroyd and Frederique Marianne Van Der Lee and Ahmad Reza Bahrami and Peter Christiaan Sijmons and F. Ian Woodward and Wolfgang Schuch and Alistair M. Hetherington},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2000},
  volume={408},
  pages={713-716}
}
Stomatal pores on the leaf surface control both the uptake of CO2 for photosynthesis and the loss of water during transpiration. Since the industrial revolution, decreases in stomatal numbers in parallel with increases in atmospheric CO2 concentration have provided evidence of plant responses to changes in CO2 levels caused by human activity. This inverse correlation between stomatal density and CO2 concentration also holds for fossil material from the past 400 million years and has provided… Expand
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