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Medicago LYK3, an Entry Receptor in Rhizobial Nodulation Factor Signaling1[W]
Rhizobia secrete nodulation (Nod) factors, which set in motion the formation of nitrogen-fixing root nodules on legume host plants. Nod factors induce several cellular responses in root hair cellsExpand
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KNOTTED1-LIKE HOMEOBOX 3: a new regulator of symbiotic nodule development
KNOX transcription factors (TFs) regulate different aspects of plant development essentially through their effects on phytohormone metabolism. In particular, KNOX TF SHOOTMERISTEMLESS activates theExpand
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Medicago LYK 3 , an Entry Receptor in Rhizobial Nodulation Factor Signaling 1 [ W ]
Rhizobia secrete nodulation (Nod) factors, which set in motion the formation of nitrogen-fixing root nodules on legume host plants. Nod factors induce several cellular responses in root hair cellsExpand
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QSAR Model of Unbound Brain-to-Plasma Partition Coefficient, Kp, uu, brain: Incorporating P-glycoprotein Efflux as a Variable
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We report development and prospective validation of a QSAR model of the unbound brain-to-plasma partition coefficient, Kp,uu,brain, based on the in-house data set of ∼1000 compounds. Expand
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Genetic dissection of Rhizobium-induced infection and nodule organogenesis in pea based on ENOD12A and ENOD5 expression analysis.
In legumes, perception of rhizobial lipochitooligosacharide-based molecules (Nod factors) and subsequent signal transduction triggers transcription of plant symbiosis-specific genes (early nodulins).Expand
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Identification of Pisum sativum L. cytokinin and auxin metabolic and signaling genes, and an analysis of their role in symbiotic nodule development
The present work was designed to study the role of the phytohormones, cytokinin and auxin, in the symbiosis development between pea Pisum sativum L. and Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viciae. To achieveExpand
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[Features of the expression of a meristem-specific WOX5 gene during nodule organogenesis in legumes].
In recent years, the role of WOX genes encoding homeodomain transcription factors in the development of the apical meristem of shoots and roots has been actively investigated. However, the role ofExpand
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The principle of genome complementarity in the enhancement of plant adaptive capacities
In the present work, the potential for the enhancement of the adaptive capacity of microbe–plant systems (MPSs) through the integration of the symbiosis partners’ genomes is considered on the exampleExpand
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WUSCHEL-RELATED HOMEOBOX5 Gene Expression and Interaction of CLE Peptides with Components of the Systemic Control Add Two Pieces to the Puzzle of Autoregulation of Nodulation1[W]
In legumes, the symbiotic nodules are formed as a result of dedifferentiation and reactivation of cortical root cells. A shoot-acting receptor complex, similar to the Arabidopsis (ArabidopsisExpand
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Receptor-Like Kinase LYK9 in Pisum sativum L. Is the CERK1-Like Receptor that Controls Both Plant Immunity and AM Symbiosis Development
Plants are able to discriminate and respond to structurally related chitooligosaccharide (CO) signals from pathogenic and symbiotic fungi. In model plants Arabidopsis thaliana and Oryza sativaExpand
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