Thibault Clochard

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Elongation of the primary root during postgermination of Medicago truncatula seedlings is a multigenic trait that is responsive to exogenous nitrate. A quantitative genetic approach suggested the involvement of the nitrate transporter MtNPF6.8 (for Medicago truncatula NITRATE TRANSPORTER1/PEPTIDE TRANSPORTER Family6.8) in the inhibition of primary root(More)
Nitrate transporters received little attention to legumes probably because these species are able to adapt to N starvation by developing biological N2 fixation. Still it is important to study nitrate transport systems in legumes because nitrate intervenes as a signal in regulation of nodulation probably through nitrate transporters. The aim of this work is(More)
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