Phosphorus nutrition in Proteaceae and beyond

@article{Lambers2015PhosphorusNI,
  title={Phosphorus nutrition in Proteaceae and beyond},
  author={Hans Lambers and Patrick Michael Finnegan and Ricarda Jost and William C Plaxton and Michael W. Shane and Mark Stitt},
  journal={Nature Plants},
  year={2015},
  volume={1}
}
Proteaceae in southwestern Australia have evolved on some of the most phosphorus-impoverished soils in the world. They exhibit a range of traits that allow them to both acquire and utilize phosphorus highly efficiently. This is in stark contrast with many model plants such as Arabidopsis thaliana and crop species, which evolved on soils where nitrogen is the major limiting nutrient. When exposed to low phosphorus availability, these plants typically exhibit phosphorus-starvation responses… CONTINUE READING
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