negative regulation of phosphatidate phosphatase activity
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Phosphorus (P) is the second important key plant nutrient after nitrogen. An adequate supply of P is therefore required for… Expand An efficient phosphate-solubilizing plant growth–promoting Acinetobacter rhizosphaerae strain BIHB 723 exhibited significantly… Expand Authigenic phosphatic laminites enclosed in phosphorite crusts from the shelf off Peru (10 degrees 01' S and 10 degrees 24' S… Expand We assessed the potential of fluoride (F) contamination in drinking groundwater of an intensively cultivated district in India as… Expand Seed germination, one of the most important phases in the life cycle of a plant, is highly responsive to existing environment… Expand Phosphorus (P) is one of the least available mineral nutrients to the plants in many cropping environments. Sub-optimal P… Expand An excess of plant nutrients has caused serious eutrophication in aquatic ecosystems of southwestern Australia manifested by… Expand Abstract Prehistoric cave sediments are often subjected to severe mechanical and chemical alteration, making it difficult to… Expand Total cadmium (Cd) and phosphorus (P) concentrations in a pastoral soil, amended annually for 10 years with four forms of P… Expand Abstract Lingulids are inarticulate brachiopods, with phosphatic shells, which live exclusively in marine waters. Their… Expand