Cyanobacteria Respond to Low Levels of Ethylene

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Cidney J. Allen; Randy F. Lacey; Alixandri B. Binder Bickford; C. Payton Beshears; Christopher J. Gilmartin; Brad M. Binder;

Ethylene is a gas that has long been known to act as a plant hormone. We recently showed that a cyanobacterium, Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 (Synechocystis) contains an ethylene receptor (SynEtr1) that regulates cell surface and extracellular components leading to altered... View more
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