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Phosphite is a less oxidized form of phosphorus than phosphate. Phosphite is considered to be taken up by the plant through phosphate transporters. It can mimic phosphate to some extent, but it is not metabolized into organophosphates. Phosphite could therefore interfere with phosphorus signalling networks. Typical physiological and transcriptional(More)
BACKGROUND AND AIMS There are more than 80 species of Leucadendron and most are used as cut flowers. Currently, more than 100 cultivars are used by industry and many of them are interspecific hybrids. The origin of most cultivars is unclear and their genetic diversity and relationships have not been studied. This investigation was carried out to evaluate(More)
The inheritance of chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) in Leucadendron species was studied by polymerase chain reaction–restriction fragment length polymorphism (PCR–RFLP) analysis. A total of 100 progeny from five interspecific crosses involving seven parental species were tested, and all progeny exhibited the cpDNA restriction fragment pattern of the female parent,(More)
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