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Modulation of polyamine balance in Lotus glaber by salinity and arbuscular mycorrhiza.
Phosphate‐solubilization mechanism and in vitro plant growth promotion activity mediated by Pantoea eucalypti isolated from Lotus tenuis rhizosphere in the Salado River Basin (Argentina)
- L. N. Castagno, M. J. Estrella, A. Sannazzaro, A. Grassano, O. Ruiz
- BiologyJournal of applied microbiology
- 1 May 2011
To further selection of the most promising strains to inoculate and improve the implantation and persistence of Lotus tenuis in the most important area devoted to meat‐cow production in Argentina.
Alleviation of salt stress in Lotus glaber by Glomus intraradices
Prevention of Na+ accumulation in the plant and enhancement of K+ concentrations in roots observed in this work could be part of the general mechanism of salt stress alleviation of L. glaber by G. intraradices.
The Rhizobia-Lotus Symbioses: Deeply Specific and Widely Diverse
- M. Lorite, M. J. Estrella, M. León-Barrios
- Biology, Environmental ScienceFront. Microbiol.
- 12 September 2018
The agroecological potential of the genus Lotus can not be fully harnessed without acknowledging the great diversity of rhizobia-Lotus interactions, along with a better understanding of the specific plant and bacterial requirements for optimal symbiotic nitrogen fixation under increasingly constrained environmental conditions.
Alkaline transition of Rhus vernicifera stellacyanin, an unusual blue copper protein.
The present study demonstrates that the paramagnetic shifts of the bound Cys in the Co(II) derivative are sensitive indicators of the electron delocalization and conformational changes experienced by this residue.
Ornithine and arginine decarboxylase activities and effect of some polyamine biosynthesis inhibitors on Gigaspora rosea germinating spores.
Presence of different arbuscular mycorrhizal infection patterns in roots of Lotus glaber plants growing in the Salado River basin
The results reinforce previous suggestions that G. intraradices is well adapted to sodic-saline conditions and may play a role in the resistance of L. glaber to these soils.
Phenotypic plasticity with respect to salt stress response by Lotus glaber: the role of its AM fungal and rhizobial symbionts
- Mariela Echeverría, A. A. Scambato, A. Sannazzaro, S. Maiale, O. Ruiz, A. Menéndez
- Environmental ScienceMycorrhiza
- 25 July 2008
It is concluded that root plasticity could be part of the general mechanism of L. glaber salt tolerance only in the case of non-symbiotic plants.
Growth, nutrient uptake and symbiosis with rhizobia and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in Lotus tenuis plants fertilized with different phosphate sources and inoculated with the phosphate-solubilizing…
The results suggesting that inoculation of L. tenuis with the PSB such as P. eucalypti M91 strain might allow more efficient use of N and P and a more sustainable option for grasslands producers from the Salado River Basin, in order to reduce costs and avoid increased levels of P insoluble in soils.
Modulatory effects of Mesorhizobium tianshanense and Glomus intraradices on plant proline and polyamine levels during early plant response of Lotus tenuis to salinity
- Mariela Echeverría, A. Sannazzaro, O. Ruiz, A. Menéndez
- Environmental SciencePlant and Soil
- 1 March 2013
Spermidine and spermine contributed the most with the salt-induced root polyamine increment observed upon salinization in roots of nodulated plants, suggesting that these polyamines might mediate an adaptive role of the plant–M.