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|Title:||Calcium compartmentation in arabidopsis mesophyll cells, a mechanism to regulate apoplastic calcium, photosynthetic rates and growth, involves low-affinity, high-capacity Ca2+/H+ antiporters|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the International Plant Nutrition Colloquium XVI, August 26-30, 2009, Sacramento, California: 2 p.|
|Conference Name:||International Plant Nutrition Colloquium (XVI : 2009 : Sacramento, California)|
|Simon Conn, Matthew Gilliham, Brent Kaiser, Steve Tyerman and Roger Leigh|
|Keywords:||Calcium; Arabidopsis; SiCSA; photosynthesis; homeostasis|
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|Appears in Collections:||Agriculture, Food and Wine publications|
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