Dichotomy in the NRT Gene Families of Dicots and Grass Species

@inproceedings{Plett2010DichotomyIT,
  title={Dichotomy in the NRT Gene Families of Dicots and Grass Species},
  author={Darren Plett and John Toubia and Trevor Paul Garnett and Mark Tester and Brent N Kaiser and Ute Baumann},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2010}
}
A large proportion of the nitrate (NO(3)(-)) acquired by plants from soil is actively transported via members of the NRT families of NO(3)(-) transporters. In Arabidopsis, the NRT1 family has eight functionally characterised members and predominantly comprises low-affinity transporters; the NRT2 family contains seven members which appear to be high-affinity transporters; and there are two NRT3 (NAR2) family members which are known to participate in high-affinity transport. A modified reciprocal… CONTINUE READING

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