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Small Hormone that Helps Plants Retain Water

News   Apr 06, 2018 | Original Story from RIKEN.

 
Small Hormone that Helps Plants Retain Water

Before dehydration (top). Rehydration after dehydration (bottom). A control plant (left column). Two cle25 mutant plants (right two columns). While normal plants can be revived after being subjected to dehydration, mutants lacking CLE25 cannot be. Additionally, control plants lost less water during dehydrations (images not shown). Credit: RIKEN.

 
 
 

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