DELLA protein and the signaling crosstalk in mycorrhizal Eucalyptus species in response to phosphate

Luana Ferreira Torres
Phosphorus (P) is part of essential molecules for life, such as ATP, RNA and DNA molecules, and membrane lipids, among others, without which plants cannot survive. Phosphate rocks used to produce fertilizers are finite and the fact that P in the soil is frequently poorly available to plants makes it necessary to maximize the efficiency of P use by plants. More than 80% of terrestrial plant species can establish mutualistic symbiosis with arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM)...
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