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  1. Symbiotic fungi drive P transport of forest trees
  2. HcTOK1 participates in the maintenance of K+ homeostasis in the ectomycorrhizal fungus Hebeloma cylindrosporum, which is essential for the symbiotic K+ nutrition of Pinus pinaster
  3. Plant potassium nutrition in ectomycorrhizal symbiosis: TOK potassium channels
  4. Comparative genomics, proteomics and transcriptomics give new insight into the exoproteome of the basidiomyceteHebeloma cylindrosporumand its involvement in ectomycorrhizal symbiosis
  5. The Arabidopsis root stele transporter NPF2.3 contributes to nitrate translocation to shoots under salt stress
  6. The role of mycorrhizal associations in plant potassium nutrition
  7. Potassium nutrition of ectomycorrhizalPinus pinaster: overexpression of theHebeloma cylindrosporum HcTrk1 transporter affects the translocation of both K+and phosphorus in the host plant
  8. Promoter-dependent expression of the fungal transporter HcPT1.1 under Pi shortage and its spatial localization in ectomycorrhiza
  9. Biotrophic transportome in mutualistic plant–fungal interactions
  10. Potassium transport in developing fleshy fruits: the grapevine inward K+channel VvK1.2 is activated by CIPK-CBL complexes and induced in ripening berry flesh cells
  11. AtKC1 is a general modulator of Arabidopsis inward Shaker channel activity
  12. A novel fungal family of oligopeptide transporters identified by functional metatranscriptomics of soil eukaryotes
  13. Two differentially regulated phosphate transporters from the symbiotic fungusHebeloma cylindrosporumand phosphorus acquisition by ectomycorrhizalPinus pinaster
  14. Peptide uptake in the ectomycorrhizal fungus Hebeloma cylindrosporum: characterization of two di- and tripeptide transporters (HcPTR2A and B)
  15. Large-scale identification of genes in the fungus Hebeloma cylindrosporum paves the way to molecular analyses of ectomycorrhizal symbiosis
  16. An expression cDNA library for suppression cloning in yeast mutants, complementation of a yeast his4 mutant, and EST analysis from the symbiotic basidiomycete Hebeloma cylindrosporum
  17. The K+ channel SKT1 is co-expressed with KST1 in potato guard cells - both channels can co-assemble via their conserved KT domains
  18. Functional characterisation of LKT1, a K + uptake channel from tomato root hairs, and comparison with the closely related potato inwardly rectifying K + channel SKT1 after expression in Xenopus oocytes
  19. Plant ion channels: from molecular structures to physiological functions
  20. Elicitor-induced chloride efflux and anion channels in tobacco cell suspensions
  21. Association of plant K+inchannels is mediated by conserved C-termini and does not affect subunit assembly
  22. Signal Perception and Intracellular Signal Transduction in Plant Pathogen Defense
  23. Elementary auxin response chains at the plasma membrane involve external abp1 and multiple electrogenic ion transport proteins
  24. Elementary auxin response chains at the plasma membrane involve external abp1 and multiple electrogenic ion transport proteins
  25. Signal Perception and Intracellular Transduction in the Phytophthora Sojae/Parsley Interaction
  26. ATP-Dependent Regulation of an Anion Channel at the Plasma Membrane of Protoplasts from Epidermal Cells of Arabidopsis Hypocotyls
  27. An anion current at the plasma membrane of tobacco protoplasts shows ATP-dependent voltage regulation and is modulated by auxin
  28. Calcium channel antagonists induce direct inhibition of the outward rectifying potassium channel in tobacco protoplasts