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Plant Protein Kinase and Protein-Protein Interaction

External and internal stimuli trigger the response of signals in the cell which amplified and communicated by various complex signal transduction networks are mostly initiated with the activation of different receptor proteins. These signaling networks perform as protective strategy to allow cells to cope with external stresses that usually restrain the plant growth and development. Protein kinases are among the most common cellular regulatory components of signal transduction in plants. Protein phosphorylation plays prominent role in various biochemical pathways in plants as a result of active implication in the regulation of cell growth and development. Therefore, protein kinase becomes the most common target used to improve plant growth and development. Gravity force, touch, light, gradients in temperature, humidity, ions, chemicals and oxygen are among the environmental elements influencing the physiological and biological aspects of plants.

For more Information: Ling Ho H (2014) Plant Protein Kinase and Protein-Protein Interaction. J Biodivers Biopros Dev 2:142. doi: 10.4172/2376-0214.1000142

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