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|Mechanisms of Plant Responses and Adaptation to Soil Salinity|
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|Author: Chunzhao Zhao, Heng Zhang, Chunpeng Song, Jian-Kang Zhu, Sergey Shabala|
¡ñ Improvement of salt stress tolerance in plants involves the homeostasis of ions, hormones, and reactive oxygen species.
¡ñ Identification of GIPC sphingolipids as salt sensors is a major breakthrough in salt stress field.
¡ñ Plants may sense salt stress in multiple organelles.
¡ñ Study of salt-tolerant mechanisms in halophytes will be helpful for the culture of salt-tolerant crops in future.
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Zhao, C., Zhang, H., Song, C., Zhu, J.-K. and Shabala, S. Mechanisms of Plant Responses and Adaptation to Soil Salinity. The Innovation 1 (1), 100017 (2020). doi: 10.1016/j.xinn.2020.100017
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