Frankia inefficax sp. nov., an actinobacterial endophyte inducing ineffective, non nitrogen-fixing, root nodules on its actinorhizal host plants

@article{Nouioui2016FrankiaIS,
  title={Frankia inefficax sp. nov., an actinobacterial endophyte inducing ineffective, non nitrogen-fixing, root nodules on its actinorhizal host plants},
  author={Imen Nouioui and Faten Ghodhbane-Gtari and Maria del Carmen Montero-Calasanz and Manfred Rohde and Louis S. Tisa and Maher Gtari and Hans-Peter Klenk},
  journal={Antonie van Leeuwenhoek},
  year={2016},
  volume={110},
  pages={313-320}
}
Strain EuI1cT is the first actinobacterial endophyte isolated from Elaeagnus umbellata that was shown to be infective on members of Elaeagnaceae and Morella but lacking the ability to form effective root nodules on its hosts. The strain can be easily distinguished from strains of other Frankia species based on its inability to produce vesicles, the specialized thick-walled structures where nitrogen fixation occurs. Chemotaxonomically, strain EuI1cT contains phosphatidylinositol… Expand
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