A revision of the genus Cinchona by Maria Lucia Kawasaki

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2001) suggesting that PKABA1 may act in ABA–GA signal cross-talk during embryo development. , 2002). Certain members of the SnRK3 family act as global regulators of stresses, including those that are ABA dependent. , 2000). SOS2 is activated by the binding of the calcium-binding protein SOS3 in response to a cytosolic calcium signal triggered by the salt stress. , 2003) suggesting that these two proteins act at the interface between salt and ABA signaling pathways. , 2003). The mutant psk3 also displays ABA-hypersensitive seedling growth, stomatal closure and expression of marker genes.

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