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The tolerance of tobacco genetically modified plants to aluminium
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SUMMARY. Introduction of the vector constructions with rhamnolipid genes (rhlA and rhlB) into tobacco plants has resulted in development of genetically modified plants which were tolerant to high concentrations of aluminium. While under aluminium concentration of 200mM in a soil (ionit resin) all control plants perished, transgenic tobacco plants continued to grow and were fertile.
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