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Nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) availabilities affect plant growth and the balance of elements, yet how these plant traits respond to N and P supply remains unclear. We explored the effects of N and P supply on the growth rate, leaf N and P concentration, and nutrient resorption of Arabidopsis thaliana in a greenhouse fertilization experiment. Relative(More)
The Preiss-Handler pathway, which salvages nicotinate (NA) for NAD synthesis, is an indispensable biochemical pathway in land plants. Various NA conjugations (mainly methylation and glycosylation) have been detected, and have long been proposed for NA detoxification in plants. Previously, we demonstrated that NA O-glucosylation functions as a mobilizable(More)
BACKGROUND AND AIMS The identification of stoichiometric homeostasis is crucial for understanding plant adaptive strategies under a changing environment. However, current knowledge of plant stoichiometric homeostasis has mainly been obtained from mature leaves, with little from other organs across different developmental stages. METHODS We conducted a(More)
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