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TIP5;1 is an aquaporin specifically targeted to pollen mitochondria and is probably involved in nitrogen remobilization in Arabidopsis thaliana.

Bibliographic reference Soto, Gabriela ; Fox, Ana Romina ; Ayub, Nicolas ; Alleva, Karina ; Guaimas, Francisco ; et. al. TIP5;1 is an aquaporin specifically targeted to pollen mitochondria and is probably involved in nitrogen remobilization in Arabidopsis thaliana.. In: The Plant Journal, Vol. 64, no.6, p. 1038-1047 (2010)
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