Zinc biofortification of cereals: problems and solutions

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Zinc biofortification of cereals: problems and solutions. / Palmgren, Michael G; Clemens, Stephan; Williams, Lorraine E; Krämer, Ute; Borg, Søren; Schjørring, Jan K; Sanders, Dale.

I: Trends in Plant Science, Bind 13, Nr. 9, 2008, s. 464-473.

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Palmgren, MG, Clemens, S, Williams, LE, Krämer, U, Borg, S, Schjørring, JK & Sanders, D 2008, 'Zinc biofortification of cereals: problems and solutions', Trends in Plant Science, bind 13, nr. 9, s. 464-473. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tplants.2008.06.005

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Palmgren, M. G., Clemens, S., Williams, L. E., Krämer, U., Borg, S., Schjørring, J. K., & Sanders, D. (2008). Zinc biofortification of cereals: problems and solutions. Trends in Plant Science, 13(9), 464-473. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tplants.2008.06.005

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Palmgren MG, Clemens S, Williams LE, Krämer U, Borg S, Schjørring JK, Sanders D. 2008. Zinc biofortification of cereals: problems and solutions. Trends in Plant Science. 13(9):464-473. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tplants.2008.06.005

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Palmgren, Michael G o.a.. "Zinc biofortification of cereals: problems and solutions". Trends in Plant Science. 2008, 13(9). 464-473. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tplants.2008.06.005

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Palmgren MG, Clemens S, Williams LE, Krämer U, Borg S, Schjørring JK o.a. Zinc biofortification of cereals: problems and solutions. Trends in Plant Science. 2008;13(9):464-473. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tplants.2008.06.005

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Palmgren, Michael G ; Clemens, Stephan ; Williams, Lorraine E ; Krämer, Ute ; Borg, Søren ; Schjørring, Jan K ; Sanders, Dale. / Zinc biofortification of cereals: problems and solutions. I: Trends in Plant Science. 2008 ; Bind 13, Nr. 9. s. 464-473.

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AB - The goal of biofortification is to develop plants that have an increased content of bioavailable nutrients in their edible parts. Cereals serve as the main staple food for a large proportion of the world population but have the shortcoming, from a nutrition perspective, of being low in zinc and other essential nutrients. Major bottlenecks in plant biofortification appear to be the root-shoot barrier and - in cereals - the process of grain filling. New findings demonstrate that the root-shoot distribution of zinc is controlled mainly by heavy metal transporting P1B-ATPases and the metal tolerance protein (MTP) family. A greater understanding of zinc transport is important to improve crop quality and also to help alleviate accumulation of any toxic metals.

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