Phosphorus acquisition and use: critical adaptations by plants for securing a nonrenewable resource

@inproceedings{Vance2003PhosphorusAA,
  title={Phosphorus acquisition and use: critical adaptations by plants for securing a nonrenewable resource},
  author={Carroll P. Vance and Claudia Uhde-Stone and Deborah L. Allan},
  year={2003}
}
Contents I. Introduction  424 II. The phosphorus conundrum 424 III. Adaptations to low P 424 IV. Uptake of P  424 V. P deficiency alters root development and function 426 VI. P deficiency modifies carbon metabolism 431 VII. Acid phosphatase 436 VIII. Genetic regulation of P responsive genes 437 IX. Improving P acquisition 439 X. Synopsis  440 Summary Phosphorus (P) is limiting for crop yield on > 30% of the world's arable land and, by some estimates, world resources of… CONTINUE READING

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