Arabidopsis seedling growth, storage lipid mobilization, and photosynthetic gene expression are regulated by carbon:nitrogen availability.

@article{Martin2002ArabidopsisSG,
  title={Arabidopsis seedling growth, storage lipid mobilization, and photosynthetic gene expression are regulated by carbon:nitrogen availability.},
  author={Thomas R. Martin and Oliver Oswald and Ian A Graham},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={128 2},
  pages={
          472-81
        }
}
The objective of the current work was to establish the degree to which the effects of carbon and nitrogen availability on Arabidopsis seedling growth and development are due to these nutrients acting independently or together. Growth of seedlings on low (0.1 mM) nitrogen results in a significant reduction of seedling and cotyledon size, fresh weight, chlorophyll, and anthocyanin content but a slight increase in endogenous sugars. The addition of 100 mM sucrose (Suc) to the nitrogen-depleted… CONTINUE READING
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