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    1. Willems, A; Doignon-Bourcier, F; Goris, J; Coopman, R; de Lajudie, P; De Vos, P; Gillis, M
      DNA-DNA hybridization study of Bradyrhizobium strains

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    2. Willems, A; Coopman, R; Gillis, M
      Comparison of sequence analysis of 16S-23S rDNA spacer regions, AFLP analysis and DNA-DNA hybridizations in Bradyrhizobium

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    3. Willems, A; Coopman, R; Gillis, M
      Phylogenetic and DNA-DNA hybridization analyses of Bradyrhizobium species

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    4. Chaintreuil, C; Boivin, C; Dreyfus, B; Giraud, E
      Characterization of the common nodulation genes of the photosynthetic Bradyrhizobium sp ORS285 reveals the presence of a new insertion sequence upstream of nodA

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    5. James, EK; Loureiro, MD; Pott, A; Pott, VJ; Martins, CM; Franco, AA; Sprent, JI
      Flooding-tolerant legume symbioses from the Brazilian Pantanal

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    6. Jarabo-Lorenzo, A; Velazquez, E; Perez-Galdona, R; Vega-Hernandez, MC; Martinez-Molina, E; Mateos, PF; Vinuesa, P; Martinez-Romero, E; Leon-Barrios, M
      Restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of 16S rDNA and low molecular weight RNA profiling of rhizobial isolates from shrubby legumes endemic to the Canary islands

      SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    7. Willems, A; Doignon-Bourcier, F; Coopman, R; Hoste, B; de Lajudie, P; Gillis, M
      AFLP fingerprint analysis of Bradyrhizobium strains isolated from Faidherbia albida and Aeschynomene species

      SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    8. Doignon-Bourcier, F; Willems, A; Coopman, R; Laguerre, G; Gillis, M; de Lajudie, P
      Genotypic characterization of Bradyrhizobium strains nodulating small Senegalese legumes by 16S-23S rRNA intergenic gene spacers and amplified fragment length polymorphism fingerprint analyses

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    9. Chaintreuil, C; Giraud, E; Prin, Y; Lorquin, J; Ba, A; Gillis, M; de Lajudie, P; Dreyfus, B
      Photosynthetic bradyrhizobia are natural endophytes of the African wild rice Oryza breviligulata

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    10. Perfect, SE; Hughes, HB; O'Connell, RJ; Green, JR
      Colletotrichum - A model genus for studies on pathology and fungal-plant interactions

      FUNGAL GENETICS AND BIOLOGY
    11. Ghosh, AC; Basu, PS
      Indole acetic acid and its metabolism in the stem nodules of a leguminous emergent hydrophyte, Aeschynomene aspera

      MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    12. McSorley, R
      Host suitability of potential cover crops for root-knot nematodes

      JOURNAL OF NEMATOLOGY
    13. Ando, S; Yokoyama, T
      Phylogenetic analyses of Bradyrhizobium strains nodulating soybean (Glycine max) in Thailand with reference to the USDA strains of Bradyrhizobium

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    14. JAMES EK; MINCHIN FR; OXBOROUGH K; COOKSON A; BAKER NR; WITTY JF; CRAWFORD RMM; SPRENT JI
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC OXYGEN EVOLUTION WITHIN SESBANIA-ROSTRATA STEM NODULES

      Plant journal
    15. BENITO EP; TENHAVE A; VANTKLOOSTER JW; VANKAN JAL
      FUNGAL AND PLANT GENE-EXPRESSION DURING SYNCHRONIZED INFECTION OF TOMATO LEAVES BY BOTRYTIS-CINEREA

      European journal of plant pathology
    16. Zhang, JH
      Variation and allometry of seed weight in Aeschynomene americana

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    17. FLEISCHMAN D; KRAMER D
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC RHIZOBIA

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    18. BASKIN JM; TYNDALL RW; CHAFFINS M; BASKIN CC
      EFFECT OF SALINITY ON GERMINATION AND VIABILITY OF NONDORMANT SEEDS OF THE FEDERAL-THREATENED SPECIES AESCHYNOMENE VIRGINICA (FABACEAE)

      Journal of the torrey botanical society
    19. BOIVIN C; NDOYE I; MOLOUBA F; DELAJUDIE P; DUPUY N; DREYFUS B
      STEM NODULATION IN LEGUMES - DIVERSITY, MECHANISMS, AND UNUSUAL CHARACTERISTICS

      Critical reviews in plant sciences
    20. LUO Y; TEBEEST DO
      INFECTION COMPONENTS OF WILD-TYPE AND MUTANT STRAINS OF COLLETOTRICHUM-GLOEOSPORIOIDES F-SP AESCHYNOMENE ON NORTHERN JOINTVETCH

      Plant disease
    21. MEDHI BD; DEDATTA SK
      INFLUENCE OF GREEN MANURING WITH SESBANIA-ROSTRATA AND AESCHYNOMENE AFRASPERA OF UREA ON DYNAMICS AND UPTAKE OF NUTRIENTS BY WETLAND RICE

      Biology and fertility of soils
    22. KRAMER DM; KANAZAWA A; FLEISCHMAN D
      OXYGEN DEPENDENCE OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC ELECTRON-TRANSPORT IN A BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL-CONTAINING RHIZOBIUM

      FEBS letters
    23. BROOKER NL; MISCHKE CF; PATTERSON CD; MISCHKE S; BRUCKART WL; LYDON J
      PATHOGENICITY OF BAR-TRANSFORMED COLLETOTRICHUM-GLOEOSPORIOIDES F SP AESCHYNOMENE

      Biological control
    24. CISAR CR; THORNTON AB; TEBEEST DO
      ISOLATES OF COLLETOTRICHUM-GLOEOSPORIOIDES (TELEOMORPH, GLOMERELLA-CINGULATA) WITH DIFFERENT HOST SPECIFICITIES MATE ON NORTHERN JOINTVETCH

      Biological control
    25. BLACK BD; GRIFFIN JL; RUSSIN JS; SNOW JP
      WEED HOSTS FOR RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI, CAUSAL AGENT FOR RHIZOCTONIA FOLIAR BLIGHT OF SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX)

      Weed technology
    26. BRAVERMAN MP; JORDAN DL
      EFFICACY OF KIH-2023 IN DRY-SEEDED AND WATER-SEEDED RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA)

      Weed technology
    27. BECKER M; LADHA JK
      ADAPTATION OF GREEN MANURE LEGUMES TO ADVERSE CONDITIONS IN RICE LOWLANDS

      Biology and fertility of soils
    28. DIEKMANN KH; OTTOW JCG; DEDATTA SK
      YIELD AND NITROGEN RESPONSE OF LOWLAND RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA L) TO SESBANIA-ROSTRATA AND AESCHYNOMENE-AFRASPERA GREEN MANURE IN DIFFERENT MARGINALLY PRODUCTIVE SOILS IN THE PHILIPPINES

      Biology and fertility of soils
    29. YAN KY; DICKMAN MB
      ISOLATION OF A BETA-TUBULIN GENE FROM FUSARIUM-MONILIFORME THAT CONFERS COLD-SENSITIVE BENOMYL RESISTANCE

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    30. KISHORE L; NATARAJAN K; BABU CR
      TOTAL SOLUBLE-PROTEIN AND MEMBRANE LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE PROFILES IN DIFFERENTIATING RHIZOBIUM ISOLATES

      Microbios
    31. URTZ BE; ELKAN GH
      GENETIC DIVERSITY AMONG BRADYRHIZOBIUM ISOLATES THAT EFFECTIVELY NODULATE PEANUT (ARACHIS-HYPOGAEA)

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    32. TORRES RO; PAREEK RP; LADHA JK; GARRITY DP
      STEM-NODULATING LEGUMES AS RELAY-CROPPED OR INTERCROPPED GREEN MANURES FOR LOWLAND RICE

      Field crops research
    33. MCDONAGH JF; TOOMSAN B; LIMPINUNTANA V; GILLER KE
      GRAIN LEGUMES AND GREEN MANURES AS PRE-RICE CROPS IN NORTHEAST THAILAND .1. LEGUME N-2-FIXATION, PRODUCTION AND RESIDUAL NITROGEN BENEFITS TO RICE

      Plant and soil
    34. BECKER M; GEORGE T
      NITROGEN-FIXATION RESPONSE OF STEM-NODULATING AND ROOT-NODULATING SESBANIA SPECIES TO FLOODING AND MINERAL NITROGEN

      Plant and soil
    35. UEDA M; NIWA M; YAMAMURA S
      TRIGONELLINE, A LEAF-CLOSING FACTOR OF THE NYCTINASTIC PLANT, AESCHYNOMENE INDICA

      Phytochemistry
    36. LOUREIRO MF; JAMES EK; SPRENT JI; FRANCO AA
      STEM AND ROOT-NODULES ON THE TROPICAL WETLAND LEGUME AESCHYNOMENE FLUMINENSIS

      New phytologist
    37. MCSORLEY R; DICKSON DW
      EFFECT OF TROPICAL ROTATION CROPS ON MELOIDOGYNE-INCOGNITA AND OTHER PLANT-PARASITIC NEMATODES

      Journal of nematology
    38. WEBSTER G; POULTON PR; COCKING EC; DAVEY MR
      THE NODULATION OF MICRO-PROPAGATED PLANTS OF PARASPONIA-ANDERSONII BYTROPICAL LEGUME RHIZOBIA

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    39. CHACKO RJ; WEIDEMANN GJ; TEBEEST DO; CORRELL JC
      THE USE OF VEGETATIVE COMPATIBILITY AND HETEROKARYOSIS TO DETERMINE POTENTIAL ASEXUAL GENE EXCHANGE IN COLLETOTRICHUM-GLOEOSPORIOIDES

      Biological control
    40. MCSORLEY R; DICKSON DW; DEBRITO JA
      HOST STATUS OF SELECTED TROPICAL ROTATION CROPS TO 4 POPULATIONS OF ROOT-KNOT NEMATODES

      Nematropica
    41. ROBERTSON BK; ALEXANDER M
      MODE OF DISPERSAL OF THE STEM-NODULATING BACTERIUM, AZORHIZOBIUM

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    42. LOUREIRO MF; DEFARIA SM; JAMES EK; POTT A; FRANCO AA
      NITROGEN-FIXING STEM NODULES OF THE LEGUME, DISCOLOBIUM-PULCHELLUM BENTH

      New phytologist
    43. LOUREIRO MF; DEFARIA SM; JAMES EK; POTT A; FRANCO AA
      NITROGEN-FIXING STEM NODULES OF THE LEGUME, DISCOLOBIUM-PULCHELLUM BENTH

      New phytologist
    44. MCSORLEY R; DICKSON DW; DEBRITO JA; HOCHMUTH RC
      TROPICAL ROTATION CROPS INFLUENCE NEMATODE DENSITIES AND VEGETABLE YIELDS

      Journal of nematology
    45. MCSORLEY R; DICKSON DW; DEBRITO JA; HEWLETT TE; FREDERICK JJ
      EFFECTS OF TROPICAL ROTATION CROPS ON MELOIDOGYNE-ARENARIA POPULATION-DENSITIES AND VEGETABLE YIELDS IN MICROPLOTS

      Journal of nematology
    46. VENTURA W; WATANABE I
      GREEN MANURE PRODUCTION OF AZOLLA-MICROPHYLLA AND SESBANIA-ROSTRATA AND THEIR LONG-TERM EFFECTS ON RICE YIELDS AND SOIL FERTILITY

      Biology and fertility of soils
    47. HUNGRIA M; ELLIS JM; HARDY RWF; EAGLESHAM ARJ
      LIGHT-STIMULATED CO2-C-14 UPTAKE AND ACETYLENE-REDUCTION BY BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL CONTAINING STEM NODULE ISOLATE BTAI-1

      Biology and fertility of soils
    48. KWON DK; BEEVERS H
      ADVERSE-EFFECTS OF NITRATE ON STEM NODULES OF SESBANIA-ROSTRATA BREM

      New phytologist
    49. KINLOCH RA; DUNAVIN LS
      SUMMER CROPPING EFFECTS ON THE ABUNDANCE OF MELOIDOGYNE-ARENARIA RACE-2 AND SUBSEQUENT SOYBEAN YIELD

      Journal of nematology


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