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Plant Signaling Behavior: Vol 16, No 10

Jun 12, 2021  Plant Signaling Behavior List of Issues Volume 16, Issue 10 Plant Signaling Behavior. Plant Signaling Behavior publishes research on plant

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Signaling in plants PNAS

Apr 01, 1997  Higher plants are sessile organisms that perceive environmental cues such as light and chemical signals and respond by changing their morphologies. Signaling

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Plants Special Issue : Light Signaling in Plants

Jul 31, 2020  Plants can sense light intensity, quality, direction, and duration through photoreceptors that accurately detect alterations in the spectral composition (UV-B to Far

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Plant Biology: List of Issues - Wiley Online Library

Plant Biology is now inviting submissions for an upcoming Special Issue: Emerging Roles of Hydrogen Sulfide as a Signaling Molecule in Plant Biology Please read

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Archive of "Plant Signaling Behavior".

Plant Signal Behav Articles from this journal are generally available in PMC after a 12-month delay (embargo); however, the delay may vary at the discretion of the publisher. Plant Signaling Behavior

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Call for Papers for Upcoming Focus Issues in The Plant ...

May 01, 2021  With this Focus Issue of The Plant Cell, we hope to highlight some of the most exciting new work that is revealing how pathogens and pests manipulate plant signaling pathways, how plants respond, and how microbe-microbe interactions influence plant health. We are commissioning reviews and seek from the community submission of primary research ...

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Plants Special Issue : DNA Damage Signaling and Repair ...

Aug 31, 2021  Special Issue Information. DNA damage and repair mechanisms are crucial for induced mutagenesis and targeted genome editing as well as evolution in plants. DNA damage responses (DDR) in plants appear as cell cycle arrest, endoreduplication, DNA repair, programmed cell death, etc. DNA damage signaling is mediated by diverse epigenetic modulators ...

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Peptide signaling in plants PNAS

Nov 06, 2001  In plants, only a few peptides have been identified that act as signaling molecules (1). In contrast, signaling peptides are major players in all aspects of the life cycle in animals and yeast (2), suggesting that signaling mechanisms across the eukaryotic kingdom are fundamentally different. In animals and yeast, signaling peptides are synthesized, in general, as part of longer biologically ...

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Signaling in Plants: Cell

Nov 15, 2002  Signaling in Plants. Plant Signal Transduction Edited by Dierk Scheel and Claus Wasternack Oxford: Oxford University Press (2002). 324 pp. $60.00. The phrase “crosstalk” is appearing with increasing frequency in discussions of plant signaling. Of course, as a phenomenon it has always been there, running free through the data on every page ...

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Types of Signals Biology for Majors I - Lumen Learning

The transfer of signaling molecules communicates the current state of the cell that is directly next to the target cell; this allows a group of cells to coordinate their response to a signal that only one of them may have received. In plants, plasmodesmata are ubiquitous, making the entire plant into a giant, communication network.

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Plant immune signaling: Advancing on two frontiersFA

recent study demonstrated that the plant glycosidase β‐galactosidase 1 (BGAL1) acts upstream of proteases in the plant apoplast to release immunogenic peptides Plant immune signaling 3 jipb January 2020 Volume 62 Issue 1 2–24

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Welcome to Jen Sheen's Lab

This project aims to build a new conceptual framework of energy signaling in plants by uncovering the diverse physiological and developmental functions, signaling links, and regulatory mechanisms of conserved energy sensors. Inducible mutant transgenic lines will be use to gain new insight into the roles of energy signaling in plant response ...

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Issue: Molecular Plant

Jan 01, 2013  When Molecular Plant proposed to publish its first issue five years ago, many in the plant biology community questioned the need for another journal. Indeed, establishing a new journal in the field of almost 200 existing international titles proves to be a difficult task. However, colleagues around the world were soon impressed with the quality and rapid turnaround in this new journal.

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9.2: Signaling Pathways, Hormones and Endocrine System ...

Aug 13, 2020  Autocrine signaling. Autocrine signals are produced by signaling cells that can also bind to the ligand that is released. This means the signaling cell and the target cell can be the same or a similar cell (the prefix auto-means self, a reminder that the signaling cell sends a signal to itself). This type of signaling often occurs during the early development of an organism to ensure that ...

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Nitric oxide and salicylic acid signaling in plant defense ...

Aug 01, 2000  Salicylic acid (SA) plays a critical signaling role in the activation of plant defense responses after pathogen attack. We have identified several potential components of the SA signaling pathway, including ( i ) the H2O2-scavenging enzymes catalase and ascorbate peroxidase, ( ii ) a high affinity SA-binding protein (SABP2), ( iii ) a SA-inducible protein kinase (SIPK), ( iv ) NPR1, an ankyrin ...

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The Plant Journal - Wiley Online Library

Plant biotic interactions: from conflict to collaboration. This issue highlights recent advances in the field of plant biotic interactions. The topics are diverse: plant immunity components and their manipulation by pathogens, plant disease and infection strategies, specific mechanisms developed by organisms such as nematodes or insects that enable them to feed on plant cells, symbioses, plant ...

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Molecules Special Issue : Inhibitors of Plant Hormone ...

Special Issue Information. Dear Colleagues, Inhibitors of plant hormone biosynthesis and signaling are widely applied in agriculture and horticulture for the regulation of plant growth and development. Moreover, they are valuable tools for research. Inhibitors can be used to study developmental, physiological, and biochemical processes in ...

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Special Issue on Stress Priming, Memory and Signalling in ...

Stress pretreatment can prime plants in the seed, in the generative and in the vegetative stage for improved cold tolerance. We summarize the present knowledge on mechanisms involved in memorizing cold and priming plant for improved cold tolerance in a hypothesis combining epigenetic regulation with modulation of canonical cold signalling pathways by stress induced elicitor and silencer factors.

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Archive of "Plant Signaling Behavior".

Plant Signal Behav Articles from this journal are generally available in PMC after a 12-month delay (embargo); however, the delay may vary at the discretion of the publisher. Plant Signaling Behavior

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Call for Papers for Upcoming Focus Issues in The Plant ...

May 01, 2021  With this Focus Issue of The Plant Cell, we hope to highlight some of the most exciting new work that is revealing how pathogens and pests manipulate plant signaling pathways, how plants respond, and how microbe-microbe interactions influence plant health. We are commissioning reviews and seek from the community submission of primary research ...

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Signaling Peptides in Plants - Longdom

May 03, 2014  Signaling Peptides in Plants Sarieh Ghorbani 1,2, Ana Fernandez , Pierre Hilson3,4 and Tom Beeckman 1,2* 1Department of Plant Systems Biology, VIB, B-9052 Ghent, Belgium 2Department of Plant Biotechnology and Bioinformatics, Ghent University, B-9052 Ghent, Belgium 3INRA, UMR1318, Institut Jean-Pierre Bourgin, RD10, F-78000 Versailles, France 4AgroParisTech,

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Focus Issue: Calcium Signaling Plant Physiology Oxford ...

Oct 08, 2013  The articles describe unique aspects of Ca 2+ signaling associated with plant-specific functions in the cell and generated by plant-specific gene families. It is appropriate that a Focus Issue in Plant Physiology emphasizes the unique insights that arise from a community of researchers intent on unraveling the complexity of these dynamic ...

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Plant immune signaling: Advancing on two frontiersFA

recent study demonstrated that the plant glycosidase β‐galactosidase 1 (BGAL1) acts upstream of proteases in the plant apoplast to release immunogenic peptides Plant immune signaling 3 jipb January 2020 Volume 62 Issue 1 2–24

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Signaling in the Rhizosphere: Trends in Plant Science

Signaling studies in the rhizosphere have focused on close interactions between plants and symbiotic microorganisms. However, this focus is likely to expand to other microorganisms because the rhizomicrobiome is important for plant health and is able to influence the structure of the microbial community. We discuss here the shaping of the rhizomicrobiome and define which aspects can be ...

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Special Issue on Stress Priming, Memory and Signalling in ...

Stress pretreatment can prime plants in the seed, in the generative and in the vegetative stage for improved cold tolerance. We summarize the present knowledge on mechanisms involved in memorizing cold and priming plant for improved cold tolerance in a hypothesis combining epigenetic regulation with modulation of canonical cold signalling pathways by stress induced elicitor and silencer factors.

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Welcome to Jen Sheen's Lab

This project aims to build a new conceptual framework of energy signaling in plants by uncovering the diverse physiological and developmental functions, signaling links, and regulatory mechanisms of conserved energy sensors. Inducible mutant transgenic lines will be use to gain new insight into the roles of energy signaling in plant response ...

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Issue: Molecular Plant

Apr 06, 2015  Guard cell ABA signaling is central for the regulation of plant stomatal conductance ( gs) and responses to environmental factors (Merilo et al., 2013); however, the source of ABA is still debatable. Generally, ABA levels are regulated by (1) biosynthesis: de novo and recycling from the inactive conjugates by β-glucosidases BG1 and BG2; (2 ...

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Plant disease resistance - Wikipedia

Plant disease resistance protects plants from pathogens in two ways: by pre-formed structures and chemicals, and by infection-induced responses of the immune system. Relative to a susceptible plant, disease resistance is the reduction of pathogen growth on or in the plant (and hence a reduction of disease), while the term disease tolerance describes plants that exhibit little disease damage ...

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Issue: Molecular Plant - Cell

May 01, 2012  Both plant responses are controlled via photoreceptor signaling proteins. Recently, several studies have revealed similar features of chromatin reorganization in response to various abiotic and biotic signals, while others have unveiled intricate molecular networks of light signaling

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Signaling in the Rhizosphere - ScienceDirect

Mar 01, 2016  The plant and the rhizomicrobiome strongly influence each other via the secretion and detection of signaling compounds. Signaling between plants and rhizosphere microorganisms has been mainly studied in intimate symbiotic associations, in particular those involving mycorrhizal fungi and rhizobial bacteria; it is now evident that this is a more widespread phenomenon also involving non

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Issue: Cell

Sep 02, 2021  In this issue, Almarri and Haber et al. (4612) investigate the genomic history of the Middle East. This image depicts a geographical map of the populations in the center. One phylogeny is rooted in the Levant, showing an expansion of population size, while another phylogeny rooted in Arabia shows a population crash and decrease in size.

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Molecular Plant Journal ScienceDirect by Elsevier

Molecular Plant is dedicated to serving the plant science community by publishing novel and exciting findings with high significance in plant biology. The journal focuses broadly on cellular biology, physiology, biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics, development, plant-microbe interaction, . Read more. 1674-2052.

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