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Molecular physiology of ammonium transport in rice

Hoque, Mohammad Shamsul


The availability of nitrogen in the soil is one of the main limiting factors for plant productivity, biomass accumulation and crop yield. Well-aerated soils are relatively rich in N03- and poor in NH4 +, whereas in anaerobic soils of irrigated or rain-fed lowland rice, NH4 + is the most prevalent source of nitrogen. Ammonium uptake is presumed to be controlled by at least two gene families in plants, namely AMTJ and AMT2. Each gene family consists of one to several members, some of which...[Show more]

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Date published: 2001
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d7637ee65f40


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