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Molecular conductors help plants respond to drought
Scientists find key players in complex plant response to stress, offering clues to coping with drier conditions
- November 3, 2016
- Salk Institute
- We can tell when plants need water: their leaves droop and they start to look dry. But what’s happening on a molecular level? Scientists have made a leap forward in answering that question, which could be critical to helping agriculture adapt to drought and other climate-related stressors.
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