Two distinct EIN2 genes cooperatively regulate ethylene signaling in Lotus japonicus.

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Leguminous plants establish a mutualistic symbiosis with bacteria, collectively referred to as rhizobia. Host plants positively and negatively regulate the symbiotic processes to keep the symbiosis at an appropriate level. Although the plant hormone ethylene is known as a negative regulator of symbiotic processes, the molecular mechanisms of ethylene… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/pcp/pct095

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