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The important roles of reactive oxygen species in the relationship between ethylene and polyamines in leaves of spring wheat seedlings under root osmotic stress



The important roles of reactive oxygen species in the relationship between ethylene and polyamines in leaves of spring wheat seedlings under root osmotic stress



Plant Science 166(2): 303-315



The important roles of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in the relationship between ethylene (ETH) and polyamines (PAs) were investigated in leaves of spring wheat seedlings under root osmotic stress. The results showed that the increase in polyamine content reduced (while the decrease in polyamine content promoted) the production of ROS and ETH significantly in the deeply and not deeply stressed leaves.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.plantsci.2003.09.019



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