Control of Root Architecture and Nodulation by the LATD/NIP Transporter

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Article discussing research on control of root architecture and nodulation by the LATD/NIP transporter.

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Harris, Jeanne M. & Dickstein, Rebecca November 2010.

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Article discussing research on control of root architecture and nodulation by the LATD/NIP transporter.

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Abstract: The Medicago truncatula LATD/NIP gene is essential for the development of lateral and primary root and nitrogen-fixing nodule meristems as well as for rhizobial invasion of nodules. LATD/NIP encodes a member of the NRT1(PTR1) nitrate and di-and tri-peptide transporter family, suggesting that its function is to transport one of these or another compound(s). Because latd/nip mutants can have their lateral and primary root defects rescued by ABA, ABA is a potential substrate for transport. LATD/NIP expression in the root meristem was demonstrated to be regulated by auxin, cytokinin and abscisic acid, but not by nitrate. LATD/NIP's potential function and its role in coordinating root architecture and nodule formation are discussed.

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  • Plant Signaling and Behavior, 2010, Austin: Landes Bioscience, pp. 1365-1369

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  • Publication Title: Plant Signaling and Behavior
  • Volume: 5
  • Issue: 11
  • Page Start: 1365
  • Page End: 1369
  • Pages: 5
  • Peer Reviewed: Yes

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Harris, Jeanne M. & Dickstein, Rebecca. Control of Root Architecture and Nodulation by the LATD/NIP Transporter, article, November 2010; [Austin, Texas]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc40391/: accessed July 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Arts and Sciences.