Genomic analysis reveals the major driving forces of bacterial life in the rhizosphere

@article{Matilla2007GenomicAR,
  title={Genomic analysis reveals the major driving forces of bacterial life in the rhizosphere},
  author={Miguel A Matilla and Manuel Espinosa-Urgel and Jos{\'e} Juan Rodr{\'i}guez-Herva and Juan Luis Bravo Ramos and Mar{\'i}a Isabel Ramos-Gonz{\'a}lez},
  journal={Genome Biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={8},
  pages={R179 - R179}
}
Mutualistic interactions less well known than those between rhizobia and legumes are commonly found between plants and bacteria, frequently pseudomonads, which colonize roots and adjacent soil areas (the rhizosphere). A global analysis of Pseudomonas putida genes expressed during their interaction with maize roots revealed how a bacterial population adjusts its genetic program to this lifestyle. Differentially expressed genes were identified by comparing rhizosphere-colonizing populations with… CONTINUE READING

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