Contact: Jeff Sossamon
University of Missouri-Columbia
Caption: Stacey and fellow researchers found the adenosine triphosphate receptor in plants believed to be a vital component in the way plants respond to dangers, including pests, environmental changes and plant wounds.
Credit: Photo courtesy of the University of Missouri News Bureau
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