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Plants Can Use Protein as a Nitrogen Source without Assistance from Other Organisms

Nitrogen is quantitatively the most important nutrient that plants acquire from the soil. It is well established that plant roots take up nitrogen compounds of low molecular mass, including ammonium, nitrate, and amino acids. However, in the soil of natural ecosystems, nitrogen occurs... Full description

1st Person: Paungfoo-Lonhienne, Chanyarat
Additional Persons: Lonhienne, Thierry G. A. verfasserin; Rentsch, Doris verfasserin; Robinson, Nicole verfasserin; Christie, Michael verfasserin; Webb, Richard I. verfasserin; Gamage, Harshi K. verfasserin; Carroll, Bernard J. verfasserin; Schenk, Peer M. verfasserin; Schmidt, Susanne verfasserin
Source: in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Vol. 105, No. 11 (2008), p. 4524-4529
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2008
Keywords: research-article
Nitrogen uptake
Organic nitrogen
Plant nutrition
Plant roots
Soil protein
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