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  1. The green light gap: a window of opportunity for optogenetic control of stomatal movement
  2. A voltage‐dependent Ca 2+ homeostat operates in the plant vacuolar membrane
  3. Ca 2+ signals in guard cells enhance the efficiency by which ABA triggers stomatal closure
  4. Guard cells in fern stomata are connected by plasmodesmata, but control cytosolic Ca2+ levels autonomously
  5. During infection, guard cells open anion channels and thereby close pores in the leaf surface.
  6. Review on the biophysical and molecular mechanisms that control the movements of stomatal pores.