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Control Of Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Development By Nutrient Signals

Samy Carbonnel, C. Gutjahr
Published 2014 · Biology, Medicine

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Inorganic phosphate (Pi), the main form of phosphorus used by plants, is one of the most important limiting factors for plant growth. In the soil soluble Pi that is readily available for uptake, occurs at very low concentrations (Schachtman et al., 1998). One adaptation of plants to low Pi availability is the symbiosis with arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi (AMF) of the phylum Glomeromycota. The fungi efficiently take up phosphate and other mineral nutrients and deliver them to the host, in exchange for carbohydrates. Thereby, arbuscular-mycorrhiza compatible plants have two Pi uptake pathways, which are defined by different sets of phosphate transporters: a direct uptake pathway through the epidermis and root hairs, and a symbiotic uptake pathway for the Pi provided by the fungus (Smith and Smith, 2011).
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