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Up-to-date summary of the large amount of information that is now available on the processes involved in the communication of plants with their environment.
1: Scheel and Wasternack: Signal transduction in plants: cross talk with the environment; 2: Nagy and Schafer: Light perception and signal transduction; 3: Schaller and Weiler: Wound- and mechanical signalling; 4: Vranova et al: The role of active oxygen species in plant signal transduction; 5: Bharti and Nover: Heat stress-induced signalling; 6: Salinas: Molecular mechanisms of signal transduction in cold acclimation; 7: Kirch, Phillips and Bartels: Dehydration stress signalling transduction; 8: Xiong and Zhu: Salt stress signal transduction in plants; 9: Ham and Bent: Recognition and defense signalling in plant/bacterial and fungal interactions; 10: Whitham and Dinesh-Kumar: Signalling in plant-virus interactions; 11: Mirabella, Franssen and Bisseling: LCO signalling in the interaction between rhizobia and legumes; 12: Martin et al: Rhizospheric signals and early molecular events in the ectomycorrhizal symbiosis; 13: Dicke and van Poecke: Signalling in plant-insect interactions: signal transduction in direct and indirect plant defence.
provides a broad spectrum of information and is a valuable reference source ... can be recommended for a readership from senior undergraduates to scientists working on or interested in plant signal transduction. Journal of Plant Physiology