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Stomatal Lineage Control by Developmental Program and Environmental Cues

Title
Stomatal Lineage Control by Developmental Program and Environmental Cues
Authors
Han, Soon-KiKwak, June MyoungQi, Xingyun
DGIST Authors
Han, Soon-Ki; Kwak, June Myoung; Qi, Xingyun
Issue Date
2021-10
Citation
Frontiers in Plant Science, 12
Type
Article
Author Keywords
developmentenvironmentstomatal lineagetranscription
Keywords
WATER-USE EFFICIENCYASYMMETRIC CELL-DIVISIONLIGAND-RECEPTOR PAIRSTRANSCRIPTION FACTORDROUGHT TOLERANCEMEDIATED REGULATIONSECRETORY PEPTIDEPLANT-GROWTH4 LIPSDENSITY
ISSN
1664-462X
Abstract
Stomata are micropores that allow plants to breathe and play a critical role in photosynthesis and nutrient uptake by regulating gas exchange and transpiration. Stomatal development, therefore, is optimized for survival and growth of the plant despite variable environmental conditions. Signaling cascades and transcriptional networks that determine the birth, proliferation, and differentiation of a stomate have been identified. These networks ensure proper stomatal patterning, density, and polarity. Environmental cues also influence stomatal development. In this review, we highlight recent findings regarding the developmental program governing cell fate and dynamics of stomatal lineage cells at the cell state- or single-cell level. We also overview the control of stomatal development by environmental cues as well as developmental plasticity associated with stomatal function and physiology. Recent advances in our understanding of stomatal development will provide a route to improving photosynthesis and water-stress resilience of crop plants in the climate change we currently face. © Copyright © 2021 Han, Kwak and Qi.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/15852
DOI
10.3389/fpls.2021.751852
Publisher
Frontiers Media S.A.
Related Researcher
  • Author Kwak, June Myoung Lab of Cell Signaling and Development
  • Research Interests Calcium Signaling; ABA;ROS Signaling; plant development; Development of Abscission; Culluar Features; Signaling network; Environmental Regulation
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Department of New BiologyLab of Cell Signaling and Development1. Journal Articles


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