Biology of the Rhizobiaceae
Kenneth L. Giles, Alan G. Atherly
Academic Press, cop., 1981 - Science - 336 pages
The taxonomy of the rhizobiaceae; Biology of agrobacterium tumefaciens: plant interactions; Agrobacterim tumefaciens in agriculture and research; Suppression of, and recovery from, the neoplastic state; Plasmid studies in crown gall tumorigenesis; The position of agrobacterium rhizogenes; Recognition in rhizobium-legume symbioses; The rhizobium bacteroid state; Exchange of metabolites and energy between legume and rhizobium; The genetics of rhizobium; Indigenous plasmids of rhizobium; Nodule morphogenesis and differentiation; Mutants of rhizobium that are altered in legume interaction and nitrogen fixation; The significance and application of rhizobium in agriculture.
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The Taxonomy of the Rhizobiaceae
Agrobacterium tumefaciens in Agriculture and Research
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Acad acid Acta Agrobacterium Agrobacterium tumefaciens agrocin auxotrophs bacteria Bacteriol bacterium bacteroids Bergersen Beringer Biochem Biol Biophys biotype Braun cell wall Chilton chromosome cloned clover conjugation containing cortex crown gall culture cytokinins cytoplasm Dazzo Denarie dinitrogen fragments genetic growth Holsters host cell host range induced infected cells infection thread inoculation interactions isolated japonicum Kondorosi large plasmids lectin leghemoglobin legume leguminosarum leguminous Lippincott Lorkiewicz mapping markers meliloti Microbiol molecular weight mutants Natl Nature London neoplastic Nester Newcomb nif genes nitrate nitrogen fixation nitrogen-fixing nitrogenase nopaline normal octopine oncogenic opine pathogen peribacteroid membrane phage phenotype Phytopathology plant cells Plant Physiol plasmid plasmid DNA Proc produced R-primes reported rhizobia Rhizobium Rhizobium strains rhizogenes root hair Schell Schilperoort Schwinghamer seed seedlings sequences shoots soil soybean strains of Rhizobium studies suggested symbiotic synthesis T-DNA teratoma tion tissue transfer transformation trifolii tumefaciens tumor tumor cells virulent vitro