Vesicle-related OsSEC27P enhances H+ secretion in the iron deficient transgenic tobacco root
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Iron is an essential micronutritional element for plants. In addition to the iron uptake mechanism Strategy I and Strategy II, the vesicle transport process was also found to participate in iron uptake and homeostasis. Herein, a new iron deficiency induced OsSEC27P gene was isolated and investigated in both its localization and its function in transgenic plants. The vesicle-related protein OsSEC27P may play a potential role in enhancing H+ secretion in roots under the iron deficiency conditions.
KeywordsOryza sativa L. OsSEC27P iron-deficiency vesicle H+ secretion Scanning Ion-selective Electrode Technique (SIET)
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