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A mitochondrial phosphate transporter, McPht gene, confers an acclimation regulation of the transgenic rice to phosphorus deficiency
Journal of Integrative Agriculture
Phosphate transporters play an important role in promoting the uptake and transport of phosphate in plants. In this study, the McPht gene from the Mesembryanthemum crystallinum, a mitochondrial phosphate transporter, was isolated and constructed onto a constitutive expression vector carrying 35S::GFP, and the recombinant constructs were transferred into Oryza sativa japonica L. cv. Kitaake to investigate the regulatory role of the McPht gene under phosphorus deficiency. The McPht gene encodes adoi:10.1016/s2095-3119(17)61792-1 fatcat:kuuaxqmlgzdspf4grmnarweyea