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Plant Peptides Govern Terminal Differentiation of Bacteria in Symbiosis
It is demonstrated that nodule-specific cysteine-rich NCR peptides are targeted to the bacteria and enter the bacterial membrane and cytosol and reveal a previously unknown innovation of the host plant that adopts effectors of the innate immune system for symbiosis to manipulate the cell fate of endosymbiotic bacteria.
The effect of inoculation of pea plants with mycorrhizal fungi and Rhizobium on nitrogen and phosphorus assimilation
The obtained results demonstrated that the dual inoculation of pea plants significantly increased the plant biomass, photosynthetic rate, nodulation, and nitrogen fixation activity in comparison with single inoculation with Rhizobium leguminosarum bv.
Transcript Profiling of Serine- and Cysteine Protease Inhibitors in Triticum aestivum Varieties with Different Drought Tolerance
Under drought cystatin and serpin expression in the leaves of the most drought tolerant variety “Katya” tended to preserve relatively stable levels close to the controls, suggesting an important regulatory role of BBPI in adjustment of protein metabolism in leaves under dehydration.
Assessment of the function and expression pattern of auxin response factor B3 in the model legume plant Medicago truncatula
- M. Revalska, V. Vassileva, G. Zehirov, S. Goormachtig, A. Iantcheva
- Environmental Science
- 1 February 2017
Detailed histochemical and transcriptional analysis revealed expression of the gene in various stages of somatic embryogenesis, during formation of plant organs and tissues, and symbiotic nodulation in M. truncatula, suggesting that this gene could play a role in the fertility of this model legume.
Exogenous succinate increases resistance of maize plants to copper stress
The effect of copper (Cu) excess (1.5, 4.7, 31, 78, 156 μM) and exogenously supplied succinate on plant growth, chlorophyll content, chlorophyll fluorescence, and isoenzym profiles of some…
EFFECTS OF COMBINED INOCULATION OF PEA PLANTS WITH ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI AND RHIZOBIUM ON NODULE FORMATION AND NITROGEN FIXING ACTIVITY
It is demonstrated that dual inocula-tion of pea plants increased plant biomass, nodulation parameters, N 2 fixa-tion activity at varying levels compared to plants submitted to single inocu-lation with Rhizobium leguminosarum, strain D293, and depended on AMfungi species.
Cyclin-like F-box protein plays a role in growth and development of the three model species Medicago truncatula , Lotus japonicus , and Arabidopsis thaliana
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Tnt1 retrotransposon as an efficient tool for development of an insertional mutant collection of Lotus japonicus
- A. Iantcheva, M. Revalska, V. Vassileva
- BiologyIn Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant
- 6 June 2016
The Tnt1 retrotransposon remained inactive during plant growth and in the T1 progeny, indicating that it is well suited for insertional mutagenesis in L. japonicus.
Effect of Soil Fertilizer, Foliar Fertilizer, and Growth Regulator Application on Milk Thistle Development, Seed Yield, and Silymarin Content
Treatment of milk thistle with plant‐growth regulators in combination with soil or foliar mineral fertilizers increased the total amount of silymarin by increasing seed yield per hectare.
Characteristics of bacteroids in indeterminate nodules of the leguminous tree Leucaena glauca.
Results indicate that bacteroid differentiation in L. glauca is different from that in IRLC legumes although both hosts form indeterminate nodules, andRhizobia establish symbiosis with legumes.