Critical Issues in the Study of Magnesium Transport Systems and Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms in Plants

@inproceedings{Kobayashi2015CriticalII,
  title={Critical Issues in the Study of Magnesium Transport Systems and Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms in Plants},
  author={Natsuko I. Kobayashi and Keitaro Tanoi and Hatem Rouached},
  booktitle={International journal of molecular sciences},
  year={2015}
}
Magnesium (Mg) is the second most abundant cation in living cells. Over 300 enzymes are known to be Mg-dependent, and changes in the Mg concentration significantly affects the membrane potential. As Mg becomes deficient, starch accumulation and chlorosis, bridged by the generation of reactive oxygen species, are commonly found in Mg-deficient young mature leaves. These defects further cause the inhibition of photosynthesis and finally decrease the biomass. Recently, transcriptome analysis has… CONTINUE READING
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