Inhibition of nitrogen fixation in symbiotic Medicago truncatula upon Cd exposure is a local process involving leghaemoglobin

@inproceedings{Marino2013InhibitionON,
  title={Inhibition of nitrogen fixation in symbiotic Medicago truncatula upon Cd exposure is a local process involving leghaemoglobin},
  author={Daniel Marino and Isabelle Damiani and S{\'e}bastien Gucciardo and Iker Mijangos and Nicolas Pauly and Alain Puppo},
  booktitle={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2013}
}
Leguminous biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) is very sensitive to environmental fluctuations. It is still contentious how BNF is regulated under stress conditions. The local or systemic control of BNF and the role played by reactive oxygen species (ROS) in such regulation have still not been elucidated completely. Cadmium, which belongs to the so-called heavy metals, is one of the most toxic substances released into the environment. The mechanisms involved in Cd toxicity are still not… CONTINUE READING
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