Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis affects the grain proteome of Zea mays: a field study

@article{Bona2016ArbuscularMS,
  title={Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis affects the grain proteome of Zea mays: a field study},
  author={E. Bona and A. Scarafoni and F. Marsano and L. Boatti and A. Copetta and N. Massa and E. Gamalero and G. D'agostino and P. Cesaro and M. Cavaletto and G. Berta},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2016},
  volume={6}
}
Maize is one of the most important crops worldwide and is strongly dependent on arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM) fungi, organisms that form a mutualistic association with land plants. In maize, AM symbiosis enhances spike dry weight, spike length, spike circumference, and the dry weight and dimensions of the grain. Notwithstanding its ubiquitous nature, the detailed relationship between AM fungal colonization and plant development is not completely understood. To facilitate a better understanding of… Expand
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