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Plant polyamines in stress and development: an emerging area of research in plant sciences.
Alcázar Hernández, Rubén; Fernández Tiburcio, Antonio
Universitat de Barcelona
Compelling evidence indicates the participation of polyamines in abiotic and biotic stress responses in plants. Indeed, genetic engineering of polyamine levels in plants has successfully improved biotic and abiotic stress resistance in model plants and crops. We anticipate that many of the current challenges in agriculture to cope with climate change and maintain nutritional quality of fruits and vegetables can be approached by considering the polyamine pathway...
Metabolisme de les plantes
Plant metabolism
cc-by (c) Alcázar Hernández, Rubén et al., 2014
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