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|Title:||Buffered delivery of phosphorus drastically alters the phenotype and gene expression of Arabidopsis roots in gel-based media|
|Keywords:||arabidopsis root;phosphourus;drastically;phenotype;gel-based media|
|Publisher:||การประชุมวิชาการพฤกษศาสตร์แห่งประเทศไทย ครั้งที่ 8|
|Abstract:||Plant growth responses to low phoslphorus are based on the highly ratificial gel-based system of Arabidopsis. Altering the delivery of phosphorus to more closely mimic that which exists in soil results growth responses that more closely align with what is expected based on work in other plant species. The commonly reported low phosphorus phenotype of arrested primary root and proliferative lateral fromation is deemed to be an artifact of this gel-growth system.|
|Appears in Collections:||Biology: International Proceedings|
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