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Teacher Training and Competences for Effective CLIL Teaching in Argentina
Given the importance of Content Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) for bilingual institutions, Argentine universities and teaching training colleges need to incorporate this approach in their
Rhizobium favelukesii sp. nov., isolated from the root nodules of alfalfa (Medicago sativa L).
On the basis of previously reported data and from new DNA-DNA hybridization results, phenotypic characterization and phylogenetic analyses, strains LPU83T and Or191 can be considered to be representatives of a novel species of the genus Rhizobium, for which the name RhZobium favelukesii sp.
A microcosm study on the influence of pH and the host-plant on the soil persistence of two alfalfa-nodulating rhizobia with different saprophytic and symbiotic characteristics
Although more acid-sensitive in the culture medium than the Or191-like rhizobia, in the presence of the host plant the S. meliloti strains showed to be better adapted to the free-living condition, irrespective of the pH of the soil.
A consolidated analysis of the physiologic and molecular responses induced under acid stress in the legume-symbiont model-soil bacterium Sinorhizobium meliloti
Multivariate analysis of global metabolome data served to unequivocally correlate specific-metabolite profiles with the extracellular pH, showing that at low pH the pentose-phosphate pathway exhibited increases in several transcripts, enzymes, and metabolites.
Conjugal properties of the Sinorhizobium meliloti plasmid mobilome.
A widespread compatibility among the conjugal functions of the cryptic plasmids in S. meliloti is revealed, and this fact, together with the observed high proportion of existing donor genotypes, points to the extrachromosomal compartment of the species as being an extremely active plasmid mobilome.
Comparative genomic analysis of Acinetobacter spp. plasmids originating from clinical settings and environmental habitats
Bacteria belonging to the genus Acinetobacter have become of clinical importance over the last decade due to the development of a multi-resistant phenotype and their ability to survive under multiple
Genome sequence of the acid-tolerant strain Rhizobium sp. LPU83.