Cell type specificity of plant hormonal signals : case studies and reflections on ethylene
Faculty of Sciences. Biology
New york :Maik nauka/interperiodica/springer
Russian journal of plant physiology
, p. 577-586
University of Antwerp
In the light of increasing evidence that plant growth and development depend on signals perceived in distinct cell types where hormonal inputs are transformed into orchestrated responses triggering a plethora of physiological processes, we reflect on the case of ethylene signaling. Experimental approaches to address cell type-specificity of the ethylene response are discussed and future challenges in ethylene signaling studies are outlined.