The convergent evolution of aluminium resistance in plants exploits a convenient currency

@inproceedings{Ryan2010TheCE,
  title={The convergent evolution of aluminium resistance in plants exploits a convenient currency},
  author={Peter R Ryan and Emmanuel Delhaize},
  year={2010}
}
Suspicions that soluble aluminium (Al) is detrimental to plant growth were reported more than 100 years ago. The rhizotoxicity of Al is now accepted as the major limitation to plant production on acidic soils. Plants differ in their susceptibility toAl toxicity and significant variation canoccurwithin species, even in somemajor crops. Thephysiologyof Al resistance in some species has beenunderstood for 15years but themolecular biologyhas been elucidated only recently. The first gene controlling… CONTINUE READING

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