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An experimental and modelling exploration of the host-sanction hypothesis in legume-rhizobia mutualism
Despite the importance of mutualism as a key ecological process, its persistence in nature is difficult to explain since the existence of exploitative, 'cheating' partners that could erode the interaction is common. By ...
NolR Regulates Diverse Symbiotic Signals of Sinorhizobium fredii HH103
(The American Phytopathological Society, 2004)
We have investigated in Sinorhizobium fredii HH103-1 (=HH103 Strr ) the influence of the nolR gene on the production of three different bacterial symbiotic signals: Nod factors, signal responsive (SR) proteins, and ...
Studies of rhizobial competitiveness for nodulation in soybean using a non-destructive split-root system
(AIMS Press, 2017)
Split-root systems (SRS) constitute an appropriate methodology for studying the relevance of both local and systemic mechanisms that participate in the control of rhizobia-legume symbioses. In fact, this kind of approach ...