Manganese and iron both influence the shoot transcriptome of Typha angustifolia despite distinct preference towards manganese accumulation

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Typha angustifolia is a metal hypertolerant grass that predominates the wetlands of uranium tailings in Jaduguda, India, contaminated with extreme levels of iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn). In the paper investigations were carried out to understand the molecular mechanism of metal tolerance in this tolerant macrophyte. Metal analysis was coupled with… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11104-010-0696-4

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@article{Chakraborty2010ManganeseAI, title={Manganese and iron both influence the shoot transcriptome of Typha angustifolia despite distinct preference towards manganese accumulation}, author={D. Chakraborty and Sushanta Kumar and M. Sen and Saneesh Apte and S. Das and Ranadip Acharya and T. Das and Akhila Reddy and Sugata Roychaudhury and Harihar Rajaram and Abhik Seal}, journal={Plant and Soil}, year={2010}, volume={342}, pages={301-317} }