Identi fi cation of a Stelar-Localized Transport Protein That Facilitates Root-to-Shoot Transfer of Chloride in Arabidopsis 1 [ OPEN ]

@inproceedings{Li2016IdentiFC,
  title={Identi fi cation of a Stelar-Localized Transport Protein That Facilitates Root-to-Shoot Transfer of Chloride in Arabidopsis 1 [ OPEN ]},
  author={Bo Li and Caitlin S Byrt and Jiaen Qiu and Ute Baumann and M{\'a}ria Hrmov{\'a} and Aur{\'e}lie Evrard and Alexander A. T. Johnson and Kenneth D Birnbaum and Gwenda M. Mayo and D. Kumari Jha and Sam W Henderson and Mark Tester and Matthew Gilliham and Stuart John Roy},
  year={2016}
}
Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics (B.L., J.Q., U.B., M.H., A.E., D.J., M.T., S.J.R.), School of Agriculture, Food, and Wine (B.L., C.B., J.Q., U.B., M.H., A.E., G.M.M., D.J., S.W.H., M.T., M.G., S.J.R.), and ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology (C.B., J.Q., S.W.H., M.G.), University of Adelaide, SA 5064, Australia; Centre for Desert Agriculture, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Thuwal 239556900, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (B.L., M.T.); School of… CONTINUE READING

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