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Signaling Mechanisms in Plants: Introduction

This guide is a gateway to research resources that support the Signaling Mechanisms in Plants research cluster at the University of North Texas.

UNT's Signaling Mechanisms in Plants Research Cluster

The Research Clusters at the University of North Texas bring together faculty from a wide range of disciplines to address complex issues through interdisciplinary collaborations and innovation. 

The Signaling Mechanisms in Plants research cluster draws upon cell biology, biochemistry, genetics, metabolomics and informatics to study how plants use cellular communication via a complex network of molecular signals in their growth, development and defense responses to stress. Deeper understanding of these methods of communication should yield solutions to challenges in energy, agriculture, nutrition and medicine.

(Adapted from the UNT sites About the Research Clusters and Signaling Mechanisms in Plants.)

About This Guide

Use this guide to find materials related to signaling mechanisms in plants.

The Books & Media tab provides a search interface and advice for finding books, audiovisual media, maps, and other items owned by the UNT Libraries. It also highlights some resources related to plant signaling.

The Find Articles tab furnishes a tool to search the subscription databases of periodical literature and other scholarly research resources. This tab also offers some strategies for finding appropriate information and points out some databases or other resources that address issues related to plant signaling.

The On the Web tab lists freely available Internet resources relevant to plant signaling.

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There are additional guides to UNT resources that provide useful information about the fields related to Signaling Mechanisms in Plants:

Tracking Research with RefWorks

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RefWorks allows you to add references from databases, the UNT library catalog, websites and more. Then you can generate reference lists for your papers and projects in the citation style of your choice.

Visit the RefWorks guide to create your account and start adding references to your own database.

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