Woody legumes : a (re)view from the South

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Pfautsch, Sebastian
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Tree Physiology. 2010, 30(9), pp. 1072-1082. ISSN 0829-318X. eISSN 1758-4469. Available under: doi: 10.1093/treephys/tpq061
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This review is focused on woody legumes from the southern continents. We highlight that the evolution of the Caesalpinioideae and Mimosoideae with old soils, with variable supplies of water and also with fire has produced a suite of advantageous physiological characteristics. These include good potential for nitrogen fixation and mechanisms for acquiring P. The latter includes the ability to form cluster roots and produce extracellular phosphatase enzymes. Further, many of the species in these subfamilies are known to synthesize in significant amounts osmotically compatible solutes, such as pinitol and other cyclitols/polyols, that help them cope with even severe drought conditions. In many cases, these species regenerate prolifically after fire from seed. Such species and their beneficial characters can now be better exploited to help sequester carbon, provide key nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus for companion crops and other plants and provide feedstocks for a range of industries, including energy industries.

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ISO 690ADAMS, Mark A., Judy SIMON, Sebastian PFAUTSCH, 2010. Woody legumes : a (re)view from the South. In: Tree Physiology. 2010, 30(9), pp. 1072-1082. ISSN 0829-318X. eISSN 1758-4469. Available under: doi: 10.1093/treephys/tpq061
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@article{Adams2010-09Woody-43309,
  year={2010},
  doi={10.1093/treephys/tpq061},
  title={Woody legumes : a (re)view from the South},
  number={9},
  volume={30},
  issn={0829-318X},
  journal={Tree Physiology},
  pages={1072--1082},
  author={Adams, Mark A. and Simon, Judy and Pfautsch, Sebastian}
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