In article <taguebwREMOVE-0807991114320001 at taguebw.winston.wfu.edu>,
taguebwREMOVE at wfu.edu wrote:
>Chlorate is an analog of nitrate, a standard nitrogen source for plants.
>Plants will treat chlorate like nitrate, take it into cells via a nitrate
>transporter and then convert it to chlorite using nitrate reductase.
Ooh, that's wicked. Thanks.
Richard P. Grant MA DPhil | rgrant at cmtech.co.uk
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