Trehalose metabolism in plants.

  title={Trehalose metabolism in plants.},
  author={John E. Lunn and Ines Delorge and Carlos Mar{\'i}a Figueroa and Patrick van Dijck and Mark Stitt},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  volume={79 4},
Trehalose is a quantitatively important compatible solute and stress protectant in many organisms, including green algae and primitive plants. These functions have largely been replaced by sucrose in vascular plants, and trehalose metabolism has taken on new roles. Trehalose is a potential signal metabolite in plant interactions with pathogenic or symbiotic micro-organisms and herbivorous insects. It is also implicated in responses to cold and salinity, and in regulation of stomatal conductance… CONTINUE READING
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