BCL2-ASSOCIATED ATHANOGENE4 Regulates the KAT1 Potassium Channel and Controls Stomatal Movement1

Potassium (Okay+) is a key monovalent cation crucial for a number of points of cell development and survival. In vegetation, this cation additionally performs a key function within the management of stomatal motion. KAT1 and its homolog KAT2 are the primary inward rectifying channels current in guard cells, mediating Okay+ inflow into these cells, leading…

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