Phosphate starvation signaling: a threesome controls systemic P(i) homeostasis.

@article{Doerner2008PhosphateSS,
  title={Phosphate starvation signaling: a threesome controls systemic P(i) homeostasis.},
  author={Peter Doerner},
  journal={Current opinion in plant biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={11 5},
  pages={
          536-40
        }
}
Systemic signaling between roots and shoots is required to maintain mineral nutrient homeostasis for optimal metabolism under varying environmental conditions. Recent work has revealed molecular components of a signaling module that controls systemic phosphate homeostasis, modulates uptake and transport in Arabidopsis. This module comprises PHO2, a protein that controls protein stability, the phloem-mobile microRNA-399 and a ribo-regulator that squelches the activity of miR399 towards PHO2 by a… CONTINUE READING
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