Auxin transport, metabolism, and signalling during nodule initiation: indeterminate and determinate nodules.

@article{Kohlen2018AuxinTM,
  title={Auxin transport, metabolism, and signalling during nodule initiation: indeterminate and determinate nodules.},
  author={Wouter Kohlen and Jason Liang Pin Ng and Eva E Deinum and Ulrike Mathesius},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2018},
  volume={69 2},
  pages={
          229-244
        }
}
Most legumes can form a unique type of lateral organ on their roots: root nodules. These structures host symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacteria called rhizobia. Several different types of nodules can be found in nature, but the two best-studied types are called indeterminate and determinate nodules. These two types differ with respect to the presence or absence of a persistent nodule meristem, which consistently correlates with the cortical cell layers giving rise to the nodule primordia. Similar… CONTINUE READING
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