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A genome-wide transcriptional analysis using Arabidopsis thaliana Affymetrix gene chips determined plant responses to phosphate deprivation.
Phosphorus, one of the essential elements for plants, is often a limiting nutrient because of its low availability and mobility in soils. Significant changes in plant morphology and biochemicalExpand
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Metal movement within the plant: contribution of nicotianamine and yellow stripe 1-like transporters.
Background Since the identification of the genes controlling the root acquisition of iron (Fe), the control of inter- and intracellular distribution has become an important challenge in understandingExpand
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Transcriptional regulation and functional properties of Arabidopsis Pht1;4, a high affinity transporter contributing greatly to phosphate uptake in phosphate deprived plants
Phosphate mobilization into the plant is a complex process requiring numerous transporters for absorption and translocation of this major nutrient. In the genome of Arabidopsis thaliana, nine closelyExpand
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Global expression analysis of CESA and CSL genes in Arabidopsis
We have used Affymetrix gene chips to measure the expression of 10 CESA and 29 CSL genes of Arabidopsis in different developmental stages or organs. These measurements reveal that many of the genesExpand
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A Novel fry1 Allele Reveals the Existence of a Mutant Phenotype Unrelated to 5′->3′ Exoribonuclease (XRN) Activities in Arabidopsis thaliana Roots
Background Mutations in the FRY1/SAL1 Arabidopsis locus are highly pleiotropic, affecting drought tolerance, leaf shape and root growth. FRY1 encodes a nucleotide phosphatase that in vitro hasExpand
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Le signal phosphate chez "Arabidopsis thaliana" : analyse génétique et moléculaire
Le phosphate est un nutriment essentiel pour le developpement et le metabolisme des plantes. La plante a developpe de nombreuses reponses pour croitre au mieux dans des sols souvent limitant en cetExpand
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