Nitrogen and carbon nutrient and metabolite signaling in plants.

  title={Nitrogen and carbon nutrient and metabolite signaling in plants.},
  author={Gloria M. Coruzzi and Daniel R. Bush},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  volume={125 1},
The effect of nutrients on plant growth and development has been studied for over 350 years since the experiments of van Helmont in 1648 (6). Recent studies on nutrient effects in plants have involved separating their role as building blocks of organic matter or cofactors from their potential role as signaling molecules. The first notion that soil nutrients—or the lack thereof—could be sensed by plants was published in 1906 by Brezeale who documented increased transport of nutrients in response… CONTINUE READING
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