The Plant NADPH Oxidase RBOHD Mediates Rapid Systemic Signaling in Response to Diverse Stimuli

  title={The Plant NADPH Oxidase RBOHD Mediates Rapid Systemic Signaling in Response to Diverse Stimuli},
  author={Gad Miller and Karen A. Schlauch and Rachel C. Y. Tam and Diego F. Cortes and Miguel Angel Torres and Vladimir Shulaev and Jeffery L. Dangl and Ron Mittler},
  journal={Science Signaling},
  pages={ra45 - ra45}
Reactive oxygen species produced by RBOHD mediate rapid, long-distance stress signals in plants. Sending Out an ROS Local stresses, such as the damage caused by an insect on one leaf, can produce signals that are transmitted systemically to distant parts of the plant that are not directly injured or stressed. These signals help the plant acclimate to environmental stress or defend against pathogens. Miller et al. show that the gene RbohD, which encodes a plant NADPH oxidase that generates… 

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