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This paper explores the relationship between the genetic diversity of rhizobia and the morphological diversity of their plant hosts. Rhizobium galegae strains were isolated from nodules of wild Galega orientalis and Galega officinalis in the Caucasus, the center of origin for G. orientalis. All 101 isolates were characterized by genomic amplified fragment(More)
Silver stained denaturing polyacrylamide gels (PAGEs) and fluorescent denaturing automated capillary electrophoresis (CE) were used to detect amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) patterns obtained from white-rot fungi belonging to the genus Trametes. AFLP fingerprinting detected by the fluorescence-based method as well as by silver staining showed(More)
Legume plants can obtain combined nitrogen for their growth in an efficient way through symbiosis with specific bacteria. The symbiosis between Rhizobium galegae and its host plant Galega is an interesting case where the plant species G. orientalis and G. officinalis form effective, nitrogen-fixing, symbioses only with the appropriate rhizobial counterpart,(More)
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