An RNA-Seq transcriptome analysis of orthophosphate-deficient white lupin reveals novel insights into phosphorus acclimation in plants.

@article{ORourke2013AnRT,
  title={An RNA-Seq transcriptome analysis of orthophosphate-deficient white lupin reveals novel insights into phosphorus acclimation in plants.},
  author={Jamie A. O'Rourke and S. Samuel Yang and Susan S. Miller and Bruna Bucciarelli and Junqi Liu and Ariel B. Rydeen and Zoltan Bozsoki and Claudia Uhde-Stone and Zheng Jin Tu and Deborah Allan and John W. Gronwald and Carroll P. Vance},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={161 2},
  pages={705-24}
}
Phosphorus, in its orthophosphate form (P(i)), is one of the most limiting macronutrients in soils for plant growth and development. However, the whole-genome molecular mechanisms contributing to plant acclimation to P(i) deficiency remain largely unknown. White lupin (Lupinus albus) has evolved unique adaptations for growth in P(i)-deficient soils, including the development of cluster roots to increase root surface area. In this study, we utilized RNA-Seq technology to assess global gene… CONTINUE READING
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