Molecular Biology of Stress-Induced Phenylpropanoid and Isoflavonoid Biosynthesis in Alfalfa

@inproceedings{Dixon1992MolecularBO,
  title={Molecular Biology of Stress-Induced Phenylpropanoid and Isoflavonoid Biosynthesis in Alfalfa},
  author={Richard A. Dixon and Arvind D. Choudhary and Karen Dalkin and Robert Edwards and Theo Fahrendorf and Ganesan Gowri and Maria J. Harrison and Christopher John Lamb and Gary J Loake and Carl A. Maxwell and John Orr and Nancy L. Paiva},
  year={1992}
}
Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) is probably the world’s most important forage crop. As a nitrogen-fixing legume, it is of value as a source of reduced nitrogen, and is becoming increasingly popular as a soil-conserving perennial in low-input sustainable agricultural systems. It is a cross-pollinated autotetraploid which, being highly heterozygous, exhibits substantial genetic diversity between individual plants of a particular cultivar. The complexity of alfalfa genetics is a hindrance to any form… CONTINUE READING

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