Genetic basis of natural variation in photoprotection in Arabidopsis

Tepsuda Rungrat
Light is a necessary factor for most living organism on Earth; however it can also become one of the most important abiotic environmental stresses limiting plant growth. As natural environments are extremely variable, plant has developed several mechanisms to cope with excess light energy such as adjusting leaf angle, chloroplast position, thermal dissipation, and detoxification of the reactive oxygen species resulting from stress. Among those mechanisms, thermal dissipation or Non-Photochemical Quenching (NPQ) seem to be...
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