Aluminum-induced high IAA concentration may explain the Al susceptibility in Citrus limonia

@article{Silva2018AluminuminducedHI,
  title={Aluminum-induced high IAA concentration may explain the Al susceptibility in Citrus limonia},
  author={Carolina Mendes Santos Silva and Mariana Feitosa Cavalheiro and Anna Carolina Gressler Bressan and B Carvalho and Ot{\'a}via Faria dos Anjos Abdo Banhos and Eduardo Purgatto and R Harakava and Francisco Andr{\'e} Ossamu Tanaka and G. Habermann},
  journal={Plant Growth Regulation},
  year={2018},
  volume={87},
  pages={123-137}
}
In acidic soils (pH < 5.0), aluminum (Al) occurs as Al3+, which is phytotoxic and reduces the root growth by hormonal imbalance and/or cell wall rigidity. However, the explanations for the decrease in root growth are not clear. A 60-day study was held with ‘Rangpur’ lime (Citrus limonia) plants grown in nutrient solution containing 0 and 1480 µM Al. We measured plant biometric data and used root apices to analyze auxin (IAA), the expression of some Al-responsive genes that had been… CONTINUE READING

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