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A successful nitrogen-fixing symbiosis requires the accommodation of rhizobial bacteria as new organelle-like structures, called… Expand Symbiosomes are specific intracellular membrane‐bound vacuoles containing microalgae in a mutualistic Cnidaria (host… Expand Rhizobium bacteria form N2-fixing organelles, called symbiosomes, inside the cells of legume root nodules. The bacteria are… Expand Some invertebrates have enlisted autotrophic unicellular algae to provide a competitive metabolic advantage in nutritionally… Expand In most legume nodules, the N2-fixing rhizobia are present as organelle-like structures inside their host cells. These structures… Expand Intercellular communication via diffusible chemical signals is well described for bacteria and functions to modulate a number of… Expand In response to recent reports of contamination of the nearshore marine environment along the Queensland coast by herbicides… Expand Infection of legume roots or stems with soil bacteria of the Rhizobiaceae results in the formation of nodules that become… Expand Upon infection of soybean roots, nitrogen-fixing bacteria become enclosed in a specific organelle known as the symbiosome. The… Expand The release process of bacteria into the cytoplasm of soybean nodule cells has been studied, and three functional zones of the… Expand