Strigolactone‐triggered stomatal closure requires hydrogen peroxide synthesis and nitric oxide production in an abscisic acid‐independent manner

Volume: 217, Issue: 1, Pages: 290 - 304
Published: Sep 22, 2017
Abstract
Accumulating data indicate that strigolactones (SLs) are implicated in the response to environmental stress, implying a potential effect of SLs on stomatal response and thus stress acclimatization. In this study, we investigated the molecular mechanism underlying the effect of SLs on stomatal response and their interrelation with abscisic acid (ABA) signaling. The impact of SLs on the stomatal response was investigated by conducting SL-feeding...
Paper Details
Title
Strigolactone‐triggered stomatal closure requires hydrogen peroxide synthesis and nitric oxide production in an abscisic acid‐independent manner
Published Date
Sep 22, 2017
Volume
217
Issue
1
Pages
290 - 304
Citation AnalysisPro
  • Scinapse’s Top 10 Citation Journals & Affiliations graph reveals the quality and authenticity of citations received by a paper.
  • Discover whether citations have been inflated due to self-citations, or if citations include institutional bias.