OsPAP10c, a novel secreted acid phosphatase in rice, plays an important role in the utilization of external organic phosphorus.

@article{Lu2016OsPAP10cAN,
  title={OsPAP10c, a novel secreted acid phosphatase in rice, plays an important role in the utilization of external organic phosphorus.},
  author={Linghong Lu and Wenmin Qiu and Wenwen Gao and Stephen D Tyerman and Huixia Shou and Chuang Wang},
  journal={Plant, cell & environment},
  year={2016},
  volume={39 10},
  pages={
          2247-59
        }
}
Under phosphate (Pi ) starvation, plants increase the secretion of purple acid phosphatases (PAPs) into the rhizosphere to scavenge organic phosphorus (P) for plant use. To date, only a few members of the PAP family have been characterized in crops. In this study, we identified a novel secreted PAP in rice, OsPAP10c, and investigated its role in the utilization of external organic P. OsPAP10c belongs to a monocotyledon-specific subclass of Ia group PAPs and is specifically expressed in the… CONTINUE READING
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