Aluminum-Dependent Root-Growth Inhibition in Arabidopsis Results from AtATR-Regulated Cell-Cycle Arrest

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Aluminum (Al) toxicity is a global problem severely limiting agricultural productivity in acid-soil regions comprising upwards of 50% of the world's arable land [1, 2]. Although Al-exclusion mechanisms have been intensively studied [3-9], little is known about tolerance to internalized Al, which is predicted to be mechanistically complex because of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2008.08.050

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@article{Rounds2008AluminumDependentRI, title={Aluminum-Dependent Root-Growth Inhibition in Arabidopsis Results from AtATR-Regulated Cell-Cycle Arrest}, author={Megan A. Rounds and Paul B Larsen}, journal={Current Biology}, year={2008}, volume={18}, pages={1495-1500} }