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Abscisic acid (ABA) is a plant hormone with diverse roles in disease resistance, plant development, and response to stresses (water, salt, temperature, and pathogens).1,2,3 It is also produced by some plant pathogenic fungi. In addition to key roles in regulating stomatal closing, seed dormancy, and cell division, ABA regulates gene expression and may contribute to epigenetic changes at the chromatin level.4 The (+)-
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2. Seo, M., Nambara, E., Choi, G., et al. Interaction of light and hormone signals in germinating seeds Plant Molecular Biology 69, 463-472 (2009).
3. Acharya, B.R., and Assmann, S.M. Hormone interactions in stomatal function Plant Molecular Biology 69, 451-462 (2009).
4. Demetriou, K., Kapazoglou, A., Tondelli, A., et al. Epigenetic chromatin modifiers in barley: I. Cloning, mapping and expression analysis of the plant specific HD2 family of histone deacetylases from barley, during seed development and after hormonal treatment Physiologia Plantarum 136, 358-368 (2009).