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The molecular response of cadmium resistant Datura innoxia cells to heavy metal stress

The molecular response of cadmium resistant Datura innoxia cells to heavy metal stress

Cellular and molecular biology of plant stress: 145-160

Datura innoxia suspension culture cells can be selected for the ability to grow rapidly for extended periods of time in normally toxic concentrations of cadmium ion. Resistance to this toxic heavy metal is correlated with the ability to rapidly synthesize large amounts of one or more low molecular weight, cysteine-rich, metal binding proteins.

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