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Nitric oxide (NO) and phytohormones crosstalk during early plant development

Sanz, Luis, Albertos, Pablo, Mateos, Isabel, Sánchez-Vicente, Inmaculada, Lechon, Tamara, Fernández-Marcos, María and Lorenzo, Oscar 2015. Nitric oxide (NO) and phytohormones crosstalk during early plant development. Journal of Experimental Botany 66 (10) , pp. 2857-2868. 10.1093/jxb/erv213

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Abstract

During the past two decades, nitric oxide (NO) has evolved from a mere gaseous free radical to become a new messenger in plant biology with an important role in a plethora of physiological processes. This molecule is involved in the regulation of plant growth and development, pathogen defence and abiotic stress responses, and in most cases this is achieved through its interaction with phytohormones. Understanding the role of plant growth regulators is essential to elucidate how plants activate the appropriate set of responses to a particular developmental stage or a particular stress. The first task to achieve this goal is the identification of molecular targets, especially those involved in the regulation of the crosstalk. The nature of NO targets in these growth and development processes and stress responses remains poorly described. Currently, the molecular mechanisms underlying the effects of NO in these processes and their interaction with other plant hormones are beginning to unravel. In this review, we made a compilation of the described interactions between NO and phytohormones during early plant developmental processes (i.e. seed dormancy and germination, hypocotyl elongation and root development).

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Biosciences
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISSN: 1460-2431
Last Modified: 06 Jun 2022 13:51
URI: https://orca.cardiff.ac.uk/id/eprint/149721

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