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CO2 Sensing in Plants and New Insights into Drought-Induced Abscisic Acid Signal Transduction

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Julian Schroeder’s research is focused on uncovering the fundamental molecular, genetic and physiological mechanisms by which plants control stomatal movements and gas exchange, how plants protect themselves from drought and how plants are responding to the continuing steep rise in the atmospheric CO2 concentration. Recent advances from his laboratory will be presented on how plants respond to the continuing rise in the atmospheric CO2 concentration, thereby regulating water loss of plants. Furthermore, his laboratory’s recent research has identified a new essential component of the early abscisic acid receptor signaling core, that initiates drought resistance responses of plants. These unpublished findings will be presented.

This talk is part of the Plant Sciences Departmental Seminars series.

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