The protein kinase Pstol1 from traditional rice confers tolerance of phosphorus deficiency

@article{Gamuyao2012ThePK,
  title={The protein kinase Pstol1 from traditional rice confers tolerance of phosphorus deficiency},
  author={Rico Gamuyao and Joong Hyoun Chin and Juan Pariasca-Tanaka and Paolo Pesaresi and Sheryl Catausan and Cheryl O. Dalid and Inez Hortense Slamet-Loedin and Evelyn Mae Tecson-Mendoza and Matthias Wissuwa and Sigrid Heuer},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2012},
  volume={488},
  pages={535-539}
}
As an essential macroelement for all living cells, phosphorus is indispensable in agricultural production systems. Natural phosphorus reserves are limited, and it is therefore important to develop phosphorus-efficient crops. A major quantitative trait locus for phosphorus-deficiency tolerance, Pup1, was identified in the traditional aus-type rice variety Kasalath about a decade ago. However, its functional mechanism remained elusive until the locus was sequenced, showing the presence of a Pup1… CONTINUE READING

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