Shou-Xing Wen

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Typical toxic symptom only occurred in B-toxic C. grandis leaves. B-toxicity induced PCD of C. grandis leaf phloem tissue. The lower leaf free B might contribute to the higher B-tolerance of C. sinensis. Seedlings of ‘Xuegan’ (Citrus sinensis) and ‘Sour pummelo’ (Citrus grandis) differing in boron (B)-tolerance were irrigated with nutrient solution(More)
The mechanisms underlying tolerance to B-toxicity in plants are still controversial. Our previous studies indicated that B-toxicity is mainly limited to leaves in Citrus and that alternations of cell-wall structure in vascular bundles are involved in tolerance to B-toxicity. Here, miRNAs and their expression patterns were first identified in B-treated(More)
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