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Abscisic Acid In Plant Response And Adaptation To Drought And Salt Stress
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The plant stress hormone abscisic acid (ABA) plays several critical roles in plant response to stress and stress tolerance. ABA is well studied for its roles in the activation of stress-responsive genes and the regulation of guard cell movement. More recently, ABA has also been demonstrated to regulate root adaptation to drought stress. To date, limited success has been achieved in regulating plant ABA action for increasing plant drought tolerance. Revealing the mechanisms of ABA action in stress adaptation will further help the development of hardy crop plants
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