Study Detail

TitlePlasma membrane H+-ATPase1 (AHA1) plays a major role in Arabidopsis thaliana for stomatal opening in response to blue light
Study TypeOther
Abstract Stomata open in response to a weak blue light under strong red light illumination. A blue light signal is perceived by phototropins and transmitted to the plasma membrane H+-ATPase that drives stomatal opening. To identify the components in this pathway, we screened for mutants impaired in blue ligh .. [more]
Description Stomata open in response to a weak blue light under strong red light illumination. A blue light signal is perceived by phototropins and transmitted to the plasma membrane H+-ATPase that drives stomatal opening. To identify the components in this pathway, we screened for mutants impaired in blue ligh .. [more]
Center NameNAIST_BS