- Current Issues in Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation[electronic resource] / edited by G. H. Elkan, R. G. Upchurch.
- Proceedings of the 15th North American Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation Conference held at North Carolina, USA, from August 13-17, 1995
- Elkan, G. H., editor., Upchurch, R. G., editor.
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- IX, 198 p. : online resource.
- Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences ; 72
- 1. Advances in the positional cloning of nodulation genes in soybean -- 2. Molecular analysis of actinorhizal symbiotic systems: Progress to date -- 3. Diversity of Rhizobia isolated from various Hedysarum species -- 4. Diazotrophic endophytes: progress and prospects for nitrogen fixation in monocots -- 5. Drought-avoidant soybean germplasm maintains nitrogen-fixation capacity under water stress -- 6. Phylogeny and taxonomy of rhizobia -- 7. Comparison of rhizobitoxine-induced inhibition of ?-cystathionase from different bradyrhizobia and soybean genotypes -- 8. Assimilation of nod gene inducer 14C-naringenin and the incorporation of labelled carbon atoms into the acyl side chain of a host-specific Nod factor produced by Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viciae -- 9. Corresponding 16S rRNA gene segments in Rhizobiaceae and Aeromonas yield discordant phylogenies -- 10. Rapid evaluation of peat-base legume inoculant using immunomagnetic beads for cell retrieval and fluorescent nucleic acid probes for viability analysis -- 11. Detection of genetic variation in Bradyrhizobium japonicum USDA 110 variants using DNA fingerprints generated with GC rich arbitrary PCR primers -- 12. Mimosine produced by the tree-legume Leucaena provides growth advantages to some Rhizobium strains that utilize it as a source of carbon and nitrogen -- 13. Subnanomolar concentrations of membrane chitolipooligosaccharides from Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii are fully capable of eliciting symbiosis-related responses on white clover -- 14. Analysis of the two nodulins, sucrose synthase and ENOD2, in transgenic Lotus plants -- 15. Hopanoid lipids in Bradyrhizobium and other plant-associated bacteria and cloning of the Bradyrhizobium japonicum squalene-hopene cyclase gene -- 16. Presence of unique repeated insertion sequences in nodulation genes of Rhizobium 'hedysari' -- 17. Enhanced competitiveness of a Bradyrhizobium japonicum mutant strain improved for nodulation and nitrogen fixation -- 18. Phage susceptibility and plasmid profile analysis of Sinorhizobiumfredii -- 19. A diazotrophic bacterial endophyte isolated from stems of Zea mays L. and Zea luxurians Iltis and Doebley -- 20. Identification of enzymes involved in indole-3-acetic acid degradation -- 21. Toward a new concept of the evolution of symbiotic nitrogen fixation in the Leguminosae -- 22. Lipopolysaccharide core components of Rhizobium etli reacting with a panel of monoclonal antibodies -- 23. Diversity in symbiotic specificity of cowpea rhizobia indigenous to Zimbabwean soils -- 24. Host genetic control of symbiosis in soybean (Glycine max L.) -- 25. A comparison of the binding of Agrobacterium tumefaciens and Rhizobium meliloti to alfalfa roots, carrot suspension culture cells, and Arabidopsis thaliana root segments -- 26. Symbiotic effectiveness of marked rhizobial and bradyrhizobial mutants in pea, pigeonpea and mungbean.
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