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Split‐root systems applied to the study of the legume‐rhizobial symbiosis: what have we learned?
(Wiley, 2014) info:eu-repo/semantics/article,
Split-root system (SRS) approaches allow the differential treatment of separate and independent root systems, while sharing a common aerial part. As such, SRS is a useful tool for the discrimination of systemic (shoot ...
Nodule carbohydrate catabolism is enhanced in the Medicago truncatula A17-Sinorhizobium medicae WSM419 symbiosis
(Frontiers Media, 2014) Artículo / Artikulua,
The symbiotic association between Medicago truncatula and Sinorhizobium meliloti is a well-established model system in the legume–Rhizobium community. Despite its wide use, the symbiotic efficiency of this model has been ...
Drought stress provokes the down-regulation of methionine and ethylene biosynthesis pathways in Medicago truncatula roots and nodules
(Wiley, 2014) Artículo / Artikulua,
Symbiotic nitrogen fixation is one of the first physiological processes inhibited in legume plants under water-deficit conditions. Despite the progress made in the last decades, the molecular mechanisms behind this ...
The CCAAT box-binding transcription factor NF-YA1 controls rhizobial infection
(Oxford University Press, 2014) info:eu-repo/semantics/article,
Symbiosis between legume plants and soil rhizobia culminates in the formation of a novel root organ, the 'nodule', containing bacteria differentiated as facultative nitrogen-fixing organelles. MtNF-YA1 is a Medicago ...