Secretion of phytase from the roots of several plant species under phosphorus-deficient conditions

@article{Li2004SecretionOP,
  title={Secretion of phytase from the roots of several plant species under phosphorus-deficient conditions},
  author={Minggang Li and Mitsuru Osaki and Idupulapati Madhusudana Rao and Toshiaki Tadano},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={195},
  pages={161-169}
}
Phosphorus (P) deficiency increased the secretion of phytases from roots of various plant species. The secretory phytases were collected with a dialysis membrane tube for 24 hours from roots of sixteen plant species grown with low or adequate supply of P in nutrient solutions. The activity of not only secretory phytase, but also acid phosphatase, increased with the low P treatment in all of the plant species examined. Secretion of phytase by the roots under P-deficient conditions was highest in… CONTINUE READING

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