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caerulescens), many gene comparisons have been made to better understand those involved in metal homeostasis and accumulation (Talke et al., 2006; van de Mortel et al., 2006). These candidate genes are mostly involved in metal transport, metal chelation and metal-induced oxidative stress response. Despite the overwhelming amount of studies, connections between metals and specific transporters seem hard to find (Fig. 8) . One of the reasons is probably the low specificity of some mechanismsdoi:10.6092/unibo/amsdottorato/9175 fatcat:lfequrfliralvo7qdxnmcusc6a