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Phylogeny of nodulation genes and symbiotic properties of Genista tinctoria bradyrhizobia
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Genista tinctoria nodulators formed symbioses not only with the native host, but also with other plants of Genisteae tribe such as: Lupinus luteus, Sarothamnus scoparius, and Chamaecytisus ratisbonensis, and they were classified as the genistoid cross-inoculation group.
Phenotypic characterization of Astragalus glycyphyllos symbionts and their phylogeny based on the 16S rDNA sequences and RFLP of 16S rRNA gene
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The taxonomic approaches used in this paper allowed us to classify the studied bacteria into the genus Mesorhizobium, a low resistance to antibiotics, a moderate tolerance to NaCl, assimilated di- and trisaccharides, and produced acid in medium containing mannitol as a sole carbon source.
Insight into the genomic diversity and relationship of Astragalus glycyphyllos symbionts by RAPD, ERIC-PCR, and AFLP fingerprinting
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The cluster analysis of RAPD, ERIC-PCR, and AFLP profiles resulted in a generally similar grouping of the test strains on generated dendrograms supporting a great potential of these DNA fingerprinting techniques for study of genomic polymorphism and evolutionary relationship of A. glycyphyllos nodulators.
Phylogeny of Symbiotic Genes and the Symbiotic Properties of Rhizobia Specific to Astragalus glycyphyllos L.
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The phylogeny of symbiotic genes of Astragalus glycyphyllos L. (liquorice milkvetch) nodule isolates was studied by comparative sequence analysis of nodA, nodC, nodH and nifH loci and to reflect the symbiosis-adaptive phenotype of rhizobia, it is proposed for these bacteria the new symbiovar “glycyphyLLae”, based on nodA and nodC genes sequences.
Phenotypic and genomic characteristics of rhizobia isolated from Genista tinctoria root nodules.
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The relationship of G. tincoria microsymbionts to Bradyrhizobium species is suggested and the usefulness of AFLP analysis for differentiation and classification of the studied rhizobia is shown.
Diversity and plant growth promoting properties of rhizobia isolated from root nodules of Ononis arvensis
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The studies showed that restharrow isolates formed effective symbiotic interactions with their native host (O. arvensis) and Ononis spinosa but not with Trifolium repens and Medicago sativa belonging to the same tribe TrifOLieae as Ononis species and not with Lotus corniculatus, representing the tribe Loteae.
New taxonomic markers for identification of Rhizobium leguminosarum and discrimination between closely related species
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A high discriminating power of primer sets I–III that allow distinguishing R. leguminosarum and two closely related species, R. etli and R. gallicum, is demonstrated.
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