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Arsenic, copper, and zinc contamination in soil and wheat during coal mining, with assessment of health risks for the inhabitants of Huaibei, China
Field studies were conducted to investigate arsenic (As), copper (Cu), and zinc (Zn) contamination in agricultural soils and wheat crops at two areas in Huaibei, China. Area A is in the proximity ofExpand
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The transportation and accumulation of arsenic, cadmium, and phosphorus in 12 wheat cultivars and their relationships with each other.
Pot experiments were conducted to investigate the difference in arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), and phosphorus (P) uptake, accumulation, and translocation among 12 wheat cultivars and their relationshipsExpand
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Variation in arsenic accumulation and translocation among wheat cultivars: the relationship between arsenic accumulation, efflux by wheat roots and arsenate tolerance of wheat seedlings.
Fifty-seven wheat cultivars were used to investigate the differences in arsenic (As) accumulation, efflux and translocation among wheat cultivars and their relationship with arsenate (As(V))Expand
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Comprehensive analysis of CCCH-type zinc finger family genes facilitates functional gene discovery and reflects recent allopolyploidization event in tetraploid switchgrass
BackgroundIn recent years, dozens of Arabidopsis and rice CCCH-type zinc finger genes have been functionally studied, many of which confer important traits, such as abiotic and biotic stressExpand
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Influence of endophytic root bacteria on the growth, cadmium tolerance and uptake of switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.)
This study aimed to evaluate the effect of five cadmium‐tolerant endophytic plant growth‐promoting bacteria (PGPB) strains on the biomass and cadmium tolerance, and accumulation of the bioenergyExpand
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The Influence of Phosphorus on Arsenic Uptake/Efflux and As Toxicity to Wheat Roots in Comparison with Sulfur and Silicon
Hydroponic cultures were conducted to investigate the effects of phosphorus (P), sulfur (S), and silicon (Si) on arsenic (As) accumulation and toxicity to wheat seedlings. The results showed that AsExpand
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The histone acetyltransferase Mst2 sustains the biological control potential of a fungal insect pathogen through transcriptional regulation
Histone lysine acetylation orchestrates transcriptional activity essential for diverse cellular events across organisms, but it remains poorly understood how an acetylated lysine affects cellularExpand
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Full-Length Transcriptome Assembly of Italian Ryegrass Root Integrated with RNA-Seq to Identify Genes in Response to Plant Cadmium Stress
Cadmium (Cd) is a toxic heavy metal element. It is relatively easily absorbed by plants and enters the food chain, resulting in human exposure to Cd. Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum Lam.), anExpand
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Three α-1,2-mannosyltransferases contribute differentially to conidiation, cell wall integrity, multistress tolerance and virulence of Beauveria bassiana.
Members of α-1,2-mannosyltransferase (Ktr) family are required for protein O-mannosylation for the elongation of Ser/Thr mannose residues in yeasts but functionally unknown in most filamentous fungi.Expand
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Accumulation and distribution of arsenic and cadmium in winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) at different developmental stages.
Arsenic (As) and cadmium (Cd) are known to be toxic to humans, and elevated concentrations have been documented in food crops worldwide. However, little is known regarding their uptake,Expand
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