Recruitment of novel calcium-binding proteins for root nodule symbiosis in Medicago truncatula.

@article{Liu2006RecruitmentON,
  title={Recruitment of novel calcium-binding proteins for root nodule symbiosis in Medicago truncatula.},
  author={Junqi Liu and Susan S. Miller and Michelle Graham and Bruna Bucciarelli and Christina M Catalano and D. Janine Sherrier and Deborah A Samac and Sergey Ivashuta and Maria Fedorova and Peter A. Matsumoto and J. Stephen Gantt and Carroll P. Vance},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={141 1},
  pages={
          167-77
        }
}
Legume rhizobia symbiotic nitrogen (N2) fixation plays a critical role in sustainable nitrogen management in agriculture and in the Earth's nitrogen cycle. Signaling between rhizobia and legumes initiates development of a unique plant organ, the root nodule, where bacteria undergo endocytosis and become surrounded by a plant membrane to form a symbiosome. Between this membrane and the encased bacteria exists a matrix-filled space (the symbiosome space) that is thought to contain a mixture of… CONTINUE READING

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