L. A. Mur, J. Mandon , S. Persijn , S. Cristescu , I. Moshkov , G. Novikova , M. Hall , F. Harren , K. Hebelstrup , K. Gupta "Nitric oxide in plants: an assessment of the current state of knowledge, Annals of Botany Plants", Vol 5, 10.1093/aobpla/pls052 (Editor’s choice).
After a series of seminal works during the last decade of the 20th century, nitric oxide (NO) is now ﬁrmly placed in the pantheon of plant signals. Nitric oxide acts in plant–microbe interactions, responses to abiotic stress, stomatal regulation and a range of developmental processes. By considering the recent advances in plant NO biology, this review will highlight certain key aspects that require further attention.
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