Nitrogen-Fixing Nodules Are an Important Source of Reduced Sulfur, Which Triggers Global Changes in Sulfur Metabolism in Lotus japonicus.

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We combined transcriptomic and biochemical approaches to study rhizobial and plant sulfur (S) metabolism in nitrogen (N) fixing nodules (Fix(+)) of Lotus japonicus, as well as the link of S-metabolism to symbiotic nitrogen fixation and the effect of nodules on whole-plant S-partitioning and metabolism. Our data reveal that N-fixing nodules are thiol-rich… (More)
DOI: 10.1105/tpc.15.00108

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@article{Kalloniati2015NitrogenFixingNA, title={Nitrogen-Fixing Nodules Are an Important Source of Reduced Sulfur, Which Triggers Global Changes in Sulfur Metabolism in Lotus japonicus.}, author={Chrysanthi Kalloniati and Panagiotis Krompas and Georgios Karalias and Michael K. Udvardi and Heinz Rennenberg and Cornelia Herschbach and Emmanouil Flemetakis}, journal={The Plant cell}, year={2015}, volume={27 9}, pages={2384-400} }