Maize yellow stripe1 encodes a membrane protein directly involved in Fe(III) uptake

@article{Curie2001MaizeYS,
  title={Maize yellow stripe1 encodes a membrane protein directly involved in Fe(III) uptake},
  author={Catherine Curie and Zivile Panaviene and Clarisse Loulergue and Stephen L. Dellaporta and J F Briat and Elsbeth L Walker},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2001},
  volume={409},
  pages={346-349}
}
Frequently, crop plants do not take up adequate amounts of iron from the soil, leading to chlorosis, poor yield and decreased nutritional quality. Extremely limited soil bioavailability of iron has led plants to evolve two distinct uptake strategies: chelation, which is used by the world's principal grain crops; and reduction, which is used by other plant groups. The chelation strategy involves extrusion of low-molecular-mass secondary amino acids (mugineic acids) known as ‘phytosiderophores… CONTINUE READING
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