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While the immune effects of abscisic acid are well understood in the gut, less was known about its effects in the respiratory tract.
1] is up-regulated by NaCl stress but not by drought, cold, or abscisic acid .
abscisic acid, eleostearic acid, terephthalanilides) with tremendous therapeutic and prophylactic potential as anti-inflammatories," said Dr.
The 12 papers here cover the genetic control of seed development and seed mass, seed coat development and dormancy, definitions and hypotheses about seed dormancy, seed dormancy (modeling, genetic aspects, lipid metabolism, abscisic acid and hormonal cross-talk) nitrous oxide in seed dormancy and germination, regulation of ABA and GA levels, DE-repression of seed germination by GA signaling, mechanisms and genes involved in germination, and the role of sugar and abscisic acid regulation in germination and the transition to seedling growth.
Some terpenes and abscisic acid that seep into the soil can override the "go" message from smoke.
Thus far, three key hormones have been identified in these studies: abscisic acid and ethylene, which usher in dormancy; and cytokinins, which stop it so sprouting can begin.
Under the agreement, Valent BioSciences and the NRC will cooperate to investigate agricultural applications of synthetic analogs of abscisic acid (ABA).
In addition, jasmonates may prevent chilling injury by a mechanism that involves regulation of abscisic acid (ABA) and polyamine (PA) levels.