2021
DOI: 10.1007/s40502-021-00627-8
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Below-ground physiological processes enhancing phosphorus acquisition in plants

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“…Thus, roots in these two P types of soil with low P availability accumulated 13–16% of total plant P, which was significantly higher compared to FL. This root adaptation to low P falls into a wide range of responses of root architecture development to low P availability [ 19 , 20 ]. The average root diameter was highest in TR, indicating preferred secondary/lateral root growth.…”
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“…Thus, roots in these two P types of soil with low P availability accumulated 13–16% of total plant P, which was significantly higher compared to FL. This root adaptation to low P falls into a wide range of responses of root architecture development to low P availability [ 19 , 20 ]. The average root diameter was highest in TR, indicating preferred secondary/lateral root growth.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…However, plants have evolved mechanisms to adapt to low P stress conditions either by increasing acquisition (alteration of belowground processes) or by internal P utilization (cellular Pi homeostasis), or both. Vengavasi et al (2021) present an overview of rhizospheric processes that aid increasing P availability to the roots. These processes occur at physiological levels in the plants and include alteration of the root system architecture, release of carboxylates, protons and root secretory phosphohydrolase, and mycorrhizal association.…”
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