•The role and interrelationship of MEK1-MPK6 cascade, H2O2 and NO in dark-induced stomatal closure were studied.•Darkness activates MPK6 and MPK3 in Arabidopsis leaves via MEK1- and H2O2-dependent and NO-independent manners.•MEK1-MPK6 cascade, AtRBOHD/F-sourced H2O2 and NIA1-origined NO all participate in the dark-induced stomatal closure.•H2O2 mediates dark-induced NO generation in guard cells and subsequent stomatal closure.•MEK1-MPK6 cascade mediates H2O2-induced NO production in darkness guard cell signaling.
Plant Science – Elsevier
Published: Sep 1, 2017
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