Differentiating phosphate-dependent and phosphate-independent systemic phosphate-starvation response networks in Arabidopsis thaliana through the application of phosphite

@inproceedings{Jost2015DifferentiatingPA,
  title={Differentiating phosphate-dependent and phosphate-independent systemic phosphate-starvation response networks in Arabidopsis thaliana through the application of phosphite},
  author={Ricarda Jost and Made Pharmawati and Hazel R Lapis-Gaza and Claudia Rossig and Oliver Berkowitz and Hans Lambers and Patrick Michael Finnegan},
  booktitle={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2015}
}
Phosphite is a less oxidized form of phosphorus than phosphate. Phosphite is considered to be taken up by the plant through phosphate transporters. It can mimic phosphate to some extent, but it is not metabolized into organophosphates. Phosphite could therefore interfere with phosphorus signalling networks. Typical physiological and transcriptional responses to low phosphate availability were investigated and the short-term kinetics of their reversion by phosphite, compared with phosphate, were… CONTINUE READING
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