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      Different and new Nod factors produced by Rhizobium tropici CIAT899 following Na+ stress  [Article]

      Estévez Amador, Jana; Soria Díaz, María Eugenia; Córdoba, F. F. de; Morón, Belén; Manyani, Hamid; Gil Serrano, Antonio Miguel; Thomas-Oates, Jane E.; Van Brussel, Anton Albertus Nicolaas; Dardanelli, Marta Susana; Sousa Martín, Carolina; Megías, Manuel (Oxford University Press, 2009)
      The root nodule bacterium Rhizobium tropici strain CIAT899 is highly stress resistant. It grows under acid conditions, in large amounts of salt, and at high osmotic pressure. An earlier study reported a substantial qualitative ...
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      The nodulation of Alfalfa by the acid-tolerant Rhizobium sp. Strain LPU83 does not require sulfated forms of Lipochitooligosaccharide nodulation signals  [Article]

      Torres Tejerizo, Gonzalo; Papa, María Florencia del; Soria Díaz, María Eugenia; Draghi, Walter; Lozano, Mauricio; Giusti, María de los Ángeles; Manyani, Hamid; Megías Guijo, Manuel; Gil Serrano, Antonio Miguel; Pühler, Alfred; Niehaus, Karsten; Lagares, Antonio; Pistorio, Mariano (American Society for Microbiology, 2011)
      The induction of root nodules by the majority of rhizobia has a strict requirement for the secretion of symbiosis-specific lipochitooligosaccharides (nodulation factors [NFs]). The nature of the chemical substitution on ...