Plant response to nitrate starvation is determined by N storage capacity matched by nitrate uptake capacity in two Arabidopsis genotypes.

@article{RichardMolard2008PlantRT,
  title={Plant response to nitrate starvation is determined by N storage capacity matched by nitrate uptake capacity in two Arabidopsis genotypes.},
  author={C{\'e}line Richard-Molard and Anne Krapp and Francois Brun and Bertrand Ney and Françoise Daniel-Vedele and Sylvain Chaillou},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2008},
  volume={59 4},
  pages={779-91}
}
In a low-input agricultural context, plants facing temporal nutrient deficiencies need to be efficient. By comparing the effects of NO(3)(-)-starvation in two lines of Arabidopsis thaliana (RIL282 and 432 from the Bay-0xShahdara population), this study aimed to screen the physiological mechanisms allowing one genotype to withstand NO(3)(-)-deprivation better than another and to rate the relative importance of processes such as nitrate uptake, storage, and recycling. These two lines, chosen… CONTINUE READING
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