Study examining G-Proteins in plants may have future implications for increased crop resiliency

Kent Chapman, Regents Professor in the University of North TexasDepartment of Biological Sciences and director of UNT’s BioDiscovery Institute, and Ashley Cannon, a former UNT postdoctoral scholar and research molecular biologist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, are illuminating how heterotrimeric G-Proteins are involved in N-Acylethanolamine (NAE) signaling in plants — findings that could have major implications for the future of agriculture.

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