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Type: Thesis
Title: The Arabidopsis Ca²⁺ / H⁺ exchangers, AtCAX1 and AtCAX3, are shown by co-localisation, interaction and complementation to participate in plant Ca²⁺ homeostasis.
Author: Hocking, Bradleigh
Issue Date: 2008
School/Discipline: School of Agriculture, Food and Wine : Plant and Food Science
Abstract: This research was performed over 10 months as part of a Masters in Biotechnology (Plant Biotechnology). The literature review was previously assessed but has been modified somewhat to address small changes in the research focus of the project. Although the research manuscript contained herein will provide the first draft of a future publication in Plant Cell and Physiology Journal, due to time constraints, additional data relevant to that publication may be collected. Additional data that has been collected which was not conclusive or integral to the focus of the research manuscript is provided within the appendices. The research manuscript details investigations into the interactions of Arabidopsis calcium transporters, while the appendices contain additional information pertaining to protoplast transformations, plasmid construction and plant media recipes.
Advisor: Able, Amanda Jane
Dissertation Note: Thesis (M.Bio (PB)) - University of Adelaide, School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, 2008
Subject: Arabidopsis.
Homeostasis.
Plant breeding.
Keywords: coursework
Provenance: Master of Biotechnology (Plant Biotechnology) by coursework
Appears in Collections:School of Agriculture, Food and Wine

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