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Legumes versus rhizobia: a model for ongoing conflict in symbiosis

Volume: 219, Issue: 4, Pages: 1199 - 1206
Published: May 30, 2018
Abstract
Contents Summary 1199 I. Introduction 1199 II. Selecting beneficial symbionts: one problem, many solutions 1200 III. Control and conflict over legume nodulation 1201 IV. Control and conflict over nodule growth and senescence 1204 V. Conclusion 1204 Acknowledgements 1205 References 1205 SUMMARY: The legume-rhizobia association is a powerful model of the limits of host control over microbes. Legumes regulate the formation of root nodules that...
Paper Details
Title
Legumes versus rhizobia: a model for ongoing conflict in symbiosis
Published Date
May 30, 2018
Volume
219
Issue
4
Pages
1199 - 1206
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