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    1. Bonanomi, A; Wiemken, A; Boller, T; Salzer, P
      Local induction of a mycorrhiza-specific class III chitinase gene in cortical root cells of Medicago truncatula containing developing or mature arbuscules

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    2. Hahn, M; Mendgen, K
      Signal and nutrient exchange at biotrophic plant-fungus interfaces

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    3. Stougaard, J
      Genetics and genomics of root symbiosis

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    4. Bonnin, I; Ronfort, J; Wozniak, F; Olivieri, I
      Spatial effects and rare outcrossing events in Medicago truncatula (Fabaceae)

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    5. Oldroyd, GED; Mitra, RM; Wais, RJ; Long, SR
      Evidence for structurally specific negative feedback in the Nod factor signal transduction pathway

      PLANT JOURNAL
    6. David-Schwartz, R; Badani, H; Smadar, W; Levy, AA; Galili, G; Kapulnik, Y
      Identification of a novel genetically controlled step in mycorrhizal colonization: plant resistance to infection by fungal spores but not extra-radical hyphae

      PLANT JOURNAL
    7. Kulikova, O; Gualtieri, G; Geurts, R; Kim, DJ; Cook, D; Huguet, T; de Jong, JH; Fransz, PF; Bisseling, T
      Integration of the FISH pachytene and genetic maps of Medicago truncatula

      PLANT JOURNAL
    8. Voroshilova, VA; Boesten, B; Tsyganov, VE; Borisov, AY; Tikhonovich, IA; Priefer, UB
      Effect of mutations in Pisum sativum L. genes blocking different stages ofnodule development on the expression of late symbiotic genes in Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viciae

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    9. Nuc, K; Nuc, P; Slomski, R
      Yellow lupine cyclophilin transcripts are highly accumulated in the nodulemeristem zone

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    10. Maldonado-Mendoza, IE; Dewbre, GR; Harrison, MJ
      A phosphate transporter gene from the extra-radical mycelium of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus intraradices is regulated in response to phosphate in the environment

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    11. Koltai, H; Dhandaydham, M; Opperman, C; Thomas, J; Bird, D
      Overlapping plant signal transduction pathways induced by a parasitic nematode and a rhizobial endosymbiont

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    12. Rubio, V; Linhares, F; Solano, R; Martin, AC; Iglesias, J; Leyva, A; Paz-Ares, J
      A conserved MYB transcription factor involved in phosphate starvation signaling both in vascular plants and in unicellular algae

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    13. Marek, LF; Mudge, J; Darnielle, L; Grant, D; Hanson, N; Paz, M; Yan, HH; Denny, R; Larson, K; Foster-Hartnett, D; Cooper, A; Danesh, D; Larsen, D; Schmidt, T; Staggs, R; Crow, JA; Retzel, E; Young, ND; Shoemaker, RC
      Soybean genomic survey: BAC-end sequences near RFLP and SSR markers

      GENOME
    14. Smith, SE; Dickson, S; Smith, FA
      Nutrient transfer in arbuscular mycorrhizas: how are fungal and plant processes integrated?

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Tang, C; Hinsinger, P; Drevon, JJ; Jaillard, B
      Phosphorus deficiency impairs early nodule functioning and enhances protonrelease in roots of Medicago truncatula L.

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    16. Oldroyd, GED
      Dissecting symbiosis: Developments in Nod factor signal transduction

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    17. Lievens, S; Goormachtig, S; Holsters, M
      A critical evaluation of differential display as a tool to identify genes involved in legume nodulation: looking back and looking forward

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    18. Burleigh, SH
      Relative quantitative RT-PCR to study the expression of plant nutrient transporters in arbuscular mycorrhizas

      PLANT SCIENCE
    19. Richmond, TA; Somerville, CR
      Integrative approaches to determining Csl function

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    20. Blancaflor, EB; Zhao, LM; Harrison, MJ
      Microtubule organization in root cells of Medicago truncatula during development of an arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis with Glomus versiforme

      PROTOPLASMA
    21. Roussel, H; van Tuinen, D; Franken, P; Gianinazzi, S; Gianinazzi-Pearson, V
      Signalling between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and plants: identificationof a gene expressed during early interactions by differential RNA display analysis

      PLANT AND SOIL
    22. Smith, FW
      Sulphur and phosphorus transport systems in plants

      PLANT AND SOIL
    23. Franken, P; Requena, N
      Analysis of gene expression in arbuscular mycorrhizas: new approaches and challenges

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    24. Marsh, JF; Schultze, M
      Analysis of arbuscular mycorrhizas using symbiosis-defective plant mutants

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    25. Jayasena, KW; Hajimorad, MR; Law, EG; Rehman, AU; Nolan, KE; Zanker, T; Rose, RJ; Randles, JW
      Resistance to Alfalfa mosaic virus in transgenic barrel medic lines containing the virus coat protein gene

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    26. Blilou, I; Bueno, P; Ocampo, JA; Garcia-Garrido, J
      Induction of catalase and ascorbate peroxidase activities in tobacco rootsinoculated with the arbuscular mycorrhizal Glomus mosseae

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    27. Morandi, D; Sagan, M; Prado-Vivant, E; Duc, G
      Influence of genes determining supernodulation on root colonization by themycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae in Pisum sativum and Medicago truncatulamutants

      MYCORRHIZA
    28. Kawasaki, S; Murakami, Y
      Genome analysis of Lotus japonicus

      JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH
    29. Wisniewski, JP; Rathbun, EA; Knox, JP; Brewin, NJ
      Involvement of diamine oxidase and peroxidase in insolubilization of the extracellular matrix: Implications for pea nodule initiation by Rhizobium leguminosarum

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    30. Jimenez-Zurdo, JI; Frugier, F; Crespi, MD; Kondorosi, A
      Expression profiles of 22 novel molecular markers for organogenetic pathways acting in alfalfa nodule development

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    31. Kamate, K; Rodriguez-Llorente, ID; Scholte, M; Durand, P; Ratet, P; Kondorosi, E; Kondorosi, A; Trinh, TH
      Transformation of floral organs with GFP in Medicago truncatula

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    32. Hirsch, AM; McFall-Ngai, MJ
      Fundamental concepts in symbiotic interactions: Light and dark, day and night, squid and legume

      JOURNAL OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    33. Hall, JL; Williams, LE
      Assimilate transport and partitioning in fungal biotrophic interactions

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    34. Carvalho, H; Lima, L; Lescure, N; Camut, S; Salema, R; Cullimore, J
      Differential expression of the two cytosolic glutamine synthetase genes invarious organs of Medicago truncatula

      PLANT SCIENCE
    35. Ezura, H; Nukui, N; Yuhashi, KI; Minamisawa, K
      In vitro plant regeneration in Macroptilium atropurpureum, a legume with abroad symbiont range for nodulation

      PLANT SCIENCE
    36. Sieberer, B; Emons, AMC
      Cytoarchitecture and pattern of cytoplasmic streaming in root hairs of Medicago truncatula during development and deformation by nodulation factors

      PROTOPLASMA
    37. Miller, RM; Kling, M
      The importance of integration and scale in the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis

      PLANT AND SOIL
    38. Frueauf, JB; Dolata, M; Leykam, JF; Lloyd, EA; Gonzales, M; VandenBosch, K; Kieliszewski, MJ
      Peptides isolated from cell walls of Medicago truncatula nodules and uninfected root

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    39. Becana, M; Dalton, DA; Moran, JF; Iturbe-Ormaetxe, I; Matamoros, MA; Rubio, MC
      Reactive oxygen species and antioxidants in legume nodules

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    40. Smith, FA; Jakobsen, I; Smith, SE
      Spatial differences in acquisition of soil phosphate between two arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in symbiosis with Medicago truncatula

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    41. Mathis, R; Gamas, P; Meyer, Y; Cullimore, JV
      The presence of GSI-like genes in higher plants: Support for the paralogous evolution of GSI and GSII genes

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    42. Smith, FW; Rae, AL; Hawkesford, MJ
      Molecular mechanisms of phosphate and sulphate transport in plants

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOMEMBRANES
    43. Frendo, P; Mathieu, C; Van de Sype, G; Herouart, D; Puppo, A
      Characterisation of a cDNA encoding gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase in Medicago truncatula

      FREE RADICAL RESEARCH
    44. Harrison, MJ
      Molecular and cellular aspects of the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    45. Raghothama, KG
      Phosphate acquisition

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    46. Balestrini, R; Perotto, S; Gasverde, E; Dahiya, P; Guldmann, LL; Brewin, NJ; Bonfante, P
      Transcription of a gene encoding a lectinlike glycoprotein is induced in root cells harboring arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in Pisum sativum

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    47. Ruiz-Lozano, JM; Roussel, H; Gianinazzi, S; Gianinazzi-Pearson, V
      Defense genes are differentially induced by a mycorrhizal fungus and Rhizobium sp in wild-type and symbiosis-defective pea genotypes

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    48. das Neves, LO; Duque, SRL; de Almeida, JS; Fevereiro, PS
      Repetitive somatic embryogenesis in Medicago truncatula ssp. Narbonensis and M-truncatula Gaertn cv. Jemalong

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    49. Tian, D; Rose, RJ
      Asymmetric somatic hybridisation between the annual legumes Medicago truncatula and Medicago scutellata

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    50. Cebolla, A; Vinardell, JM; Kiss, E; Olah, B; Roudier, F; Kondorosi, A; Kondorosi, E
      The mitotic inhibitor ccs52 is required for endoreduplication and ploidy-dependent cell enlargement in plants

      EMBO JOURNAL
    51. Rose, RJ; Nolan, KE; Bicego, L
      The development of the highly regenerable seed line Jemalong 2 HA for transformation of Medicago truncatula - Implications for regenerability via somatic embryogenesis

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    52. Lapopin, L; Gianinazzi-Pearson, V; Franken, P
      Comparative differential RNA display analysis of arbuscular mycorrhiza in Pisum sativum wild type and a mutant defective in late stage development

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    53. Men, AE; Borisov, AY; Rozov, SM; Ushakov, KV; Tsyganov, VE; Tikhonovich, IA; Gresshoff, PM
      Identification of DNA amplification fingerprinting (DAF) markers close to the symbiosis-ineffective sym31 mutation of pea (Pisum sativum L.)

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    54. Nam, YW; Penmetsa, RV; Endre, G; Uribe, P; Kim, D; Cook, DR
      Construction of a bacterial artificial chromosome library of Medicago truncatula and identification of clones containing ethylene-response genes

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    55. Burleigh, SH; Harrison, MJ
      The down-regulation of Mt4-like genes by phosphate fertilization occurs systemically and involves phosphate translocation to the shoots

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    56. Feugey, L; Strullu, DG; Poupard, P; Simoneau, P
      Induced defence responses limit Hartig net formation in ectomycorrhizal birch roots

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    57. Hohnjec, N; Becker, JD; Puhler, A; Perlick, AM; Kuster, H
      Genomic organization and expression properties of the MtSucS1 gene, which encodes a nodule-enhanced sucrose synthase in the model legume Medicago truncatula

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    58. Harrison, MJ
      Biotrophic interfaces and nutrient transport in plant fungal symbioses

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    59. HARRISON MJ
      DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL SYMBIOSIS

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    60. Hirsch, AM; Kapulnik, Y
      Signal transduction pathways in mycorrhizal associations: Comparisons withthe Rhizobium-legume symbiosis

      FUNGAL GENETICS AND BIOLOGY
    61. Blee, KA; Anderson, AJ
      Regulation of arbuscule formation by carbon in the plant

      PLANT JOURNAL
    62. FRUGIER F; KONDOROSI A; CRESPI M
      IDENTIFICATION OF NOVEL PUTATIVE REGULATORY GENES INDUCED DURING ALFALFA NODULE DEVELOPMENT WITH A COLD-PLAQUE SCREENING-PROCEDURE

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    63. KRAJINSKI F; MARTINLAURENT F; GIANINAZZI S; GIANINAZZIPEARSON V; FRANKEN P
      CLONING AND ANALYSIS OF PSAM2, A GENE FROM PISUM-SATIVUM L. REGULATEDIN SYMBIOTIC ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZA AND PATHOGENIC ROOT-FUNGUS INTERACTIONS

      Physiological and molecular plant pathology
    64. TRINH TH; RATET P; KONDOROSI E; DURAND P; KAMATE K; BAUER P; KONDOROSI A
      RAPID AND EFFICIENT TRANSFORMATION OF DIPLOID MEDICAGO-TRUNCATULA ANDMEDICAGO-SATIVA SSP FALCATA LINES IMPROVED IN SOMATIC EMBRYOGENESIS

      Plant cell reports
    65. GREENE EA; ERARD M; DEDIEU A; BARKER DG
      MTENOD16 AND MTENOD20 ARE MEMBERS OF A FAMILY OF PHYTOCYANIN-RELATED EARLY NODULINS

      Plant molecular biology
    66. Schultze, M; Kondorosi, A
      Regulation of symbiotic root nodule development

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF GENETICS
    67. SUGANUMA N; SONODA N; NAKANE C; HAYASHI K; HAYASHI T; TAMAOKI M; KOUCHI H
      BACTEROIDS ISOLATED FROM INEFFECTIVE NODULES OF PISUM-SATIVUM MUTANT E135 (SYM13) LACK NITROGENASE ACTIVITY BUT CONTAIN THE 2 PROTEIN-COMPONENTS OF NITROGENASE

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    68. FRIES LLM; PACOVSKY RS; SAFIR GR
      INFLUENCE OF PHOSPHORUS AND FORMONONETIN ON ISOZYME EXPRESSION IN THEZEA-MAYS GLOMUS INTRARADICES SYMBIOSIS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    69. MUNOZ FJ; DOPICO B; LABRADOR E
      A CDNA-ENCODING A PROLINE-RICH PROTEIN FROM CICER-ARIETINUM - CHANGESIN EXPRESSION DURING DEVELOPMENT AND ABIOTIC STRESSES

      Physiologia Plantarum
    70. BENABDELLAH K; AZCONAGUILAR C; FERROL N
      SOLUBLE AND MEMBRANE SYMBIOSIS-RELATED POLYPEPTIDES ASSOCIATED WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAS IN TOMATO (LYCOPERSICON-ESCULENTUM)

      New phytologist
    71. DOUDS DD; GALVEZ L; BECARD G; KAPULNIK Y
      REGULATION OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL DEVELOPMENT BY PLANT HOST AND FUNGUS SPECIES IN ALFALFA

      New phytologist
    72. TSYGANOV VE; MORZHINA EV; STEFANOV SY; BORISOV AY; LEBSKY VK; TIKHONOVICH IA
      THE PEA (PISUM-SATIVUM L.) GENES SYM33 AND SYM40 CONTROL INFECTION THREAD FORMATION AND ROOT-NODULE FUNCTION

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    73. SCHAUSER L; HANDBERG K; SANDAL N; STILLER J; THYKJAER T; PAJUELO E; NIELSEN A; STOUGAARD J
      SYMBIOTIC MUTANTS DEFICIENT IN NODULE ESTABLISHMENT IDENTIFIED AFTER T-DNA TRANSFORMATION OF LOTUS-JAPONICUS

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    74. HARRISON MJ
      THE ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL SYMBIOSIS - AN UNDERGROUND ASSOCIATION

      Trends in plant science
    75. JIANG QY; GRESSHOFF PM
      CLASSICAL AND MOLECULAR-GENETICS OF THE MODEL LEGUME LOTUS-JAPONICUS

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    76. HIRSCH AM; LARUE TA
      IS THE LEGUME NODULE A MODIFIED ROOT OR STEM OR AN ORGAN SUI-GENERIS

      Critical reviews in plant sciences
    77. SCHARFF AM; JAKOBSEN I; ROSENDAHL L
      THE EFFECT OF SYMBIOTIC MICROORGANISMS ON PHYTOALEXIN CONTENTS OF SOYBEAN ROOTS

      Journal of plant physiology
    78. CARVALHO H; SUNKEL C; SALEMA R; CULLIMORE JV
      HETEROMERIC ASSEMBLY OF THE CYTOSOLIC GLUTAMINE-SYNTHETASE POLYPEPTIDES OF MEDICAGO-TRUNCATULA - COMPLEMENTATION OF A GLNA ESCHERICHIA-COLIMUTANT WITH A PLANT DOMAIN-SWAPPED ENZYME

      Plant molecular biology
    79. GYORGYEY J; NEMETH K; MAGYAR Z; KELEMEN Z; ALLIOTTE T; INZE D; DUDITS D
      EXPRESSION OF A NOVEL-TYPE SMALL PROLINE-RICH PROTEIN GENE OF ALFALFAIS INDUCED BY 2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXIACETIC ACID IN DEDIFFERENTIATED CALLUS CELLS

      Plant molecular biology
    80. BURLEIGH SH; HARRISON MJ
      A NOVEL GENE WHOSE EXPRESSION IN MEDICAGO-TRUNCATULA ROOTS IS SUPPRESSED IN RESPONSE TO COLONIZATION BY VESICULAR-ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL (VAM) FUNGI AND TO PHOSPHATE NUTRITION

      Plant molecular biology
    81. BONNIN I; PROSPERI JM; OLIVIERI I
      COMPARISON OF QUANTITATIVE GENETIC-PARAMETERS BETWEEN 2 NATURAL-POPULATIONS OF A SELFING PLANT-SPECIES, MEDICAGO-TRUNCATULA GAERTN

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    82. JENCZEWSKI E; GHERARDI M; BONNIN I; PROSPERI JM; OLIVIERI I; HUGUET T
      INSIGHT ON SEGREGATION DISTORTIONS IN 2 INTRASPECIFIC CROSSES BETWEENANNUAL SPECIES OF MEDICAGO (LEGUMINOSAE)

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    83. PEIPP H; MAIER W; SCHMIDT J; WRAY V; STRACK D
      ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS-INDUCED CHANGES IN THE ACCUMULATION OF SECONDARY COMPOUNDS IN BARLEY ROOTS

      Phytochemistry
    84. STILLER J; MARTIRANI L; TUPPALE S; CHIAN RJ; CHIURAZZI M; GRESSHOFF PM
      HIGH-FREQUENCY TRANSFORMATION AND REGENERATION OF TRANSGENIC PLANTS IN THE MODEL LEGUME LOTUS-JAPONICUS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    85. STARNAUD M; HAMEL C; VIMARD B; CARON M; FORTIN JA
      INHIBITION OF FUSARIUM-OXYSPORUM F-SP DIANTHI IN THE NON-VAM SPECIES DIANTHUS-CARYOPHYLLUS BY COCULTURE WITH TAGETES-PATULA COMPANION PLANTS COLONIZED BY GLOMUS INTRARADICES

      Canadian journal of botany
    86. STAFFORD HA
      ROLES OF FLAVONOIDS IN SYMBIOTIC AND DEFENSE FUNCTIONS IN LEGUME ROOTS

      The Botanical review
    87. ROME S; BRUNEL B; NORMAND P; FERNANDEZ M; CLEYETMAREL JC
      EVIDENCE THAT 2 GENOMIC SPECIES OF RHIZOBIUM ARE ASSOCIATED WITH MEDICAGO-TRUNCATULA

      Archives of microbiology
    88. FRIES LLM; PACOVSKY RS; SAFIR GR
      EXPRESSION OF ISOENZYMES ALTERED BY BOTH GLOMUS INTRARADICES COLONIZATION AND FORMONONETIN APPLICATION IN CORN (ZEA-MAYS L) ROOTS

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    89. PENG HM; DREYER DA; VANDENBOSCH KA; COOK D
      GENE STRUCTURE AND DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF THE RHIZOBIUM-INDUCED PEROXIDASE GENE RIP1

      Plant physiology
    90. GEURTS R; FRANSSEN H
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN RHIZOBIUM-INDUCED NODULE FORMATION

      Plant physiology
    91. MORANDI D
      OCCURRENCE OF PHYTOALEXINS AND PHENOLIC-COMPOUNDS IN ENDOMYCORRHIZAL INTERACTIONS, AND THEIR POTENTIAL ROLE IN BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL

      Plant and soil
    92. GULDAN SJ; MARTIN CA; CUETOWONG J; STEINER RL
      INTERSEEDING LEGUMES INTO CHILE - LEGUME PRODUCTIVITY AND EFFECT ON CHILE YIELD

      HortScience
    93. GULDAN SJ; MARTIN CA; CUETOWONG J; STEINER RL
      DRY-MATTER AND NITROGEN YIELDS OF LEGUMES INTERSEEDED INTO SWEET CORN

      HortScience
    94. BONNIN I; HUGUET T; GHERARDI M; PROSPERI JM; OLIVIERI I
      HIGH-LEVEL OF POLYMORPHISM AND SPATIAL STRUCTURE IN A SELFING PLANT-SPECIES, MEDICAGO-TRUNCATULA (LEGUMINOSAE), SHOWN USING RAPD MARKERS

      American journal of botany
    95. IBIJBIJEN J; ISMAILI M
      EFFECT OF WATER-STRESS ON COMPETITION BETWEEN MEDICAGO-TRUNCATULA ANDWHEAT IN N-15 LABELED SOIL

      Arid soil research and rehabilitation
    96. SAGAN M; MORANDI D; TARENGHI E; DUC G
      SELECTION OF NODULATION AND MYCORRHIZAL MUTANTS IN THE MODEL-PLANT MEDICAGO-TRUNCATULA (GAERTN) AFTER GAMMA-RAY MUTAGENESIS

      PLANT SCIENCE
    97. BOUNEJMATE M; LOSS SP; ROBSON AD
      EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND FROST ON GENOTYPES OF MEDICAGO-TRUNCATULA L AND MEDICAGO-ACULEATA L FROM CONTRASTING CLIMATIC ORIGINS

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    98. HARRISON MJ; DIXON RA
      ISOFLAVONOID ACCUMULATION AND EXPRESSION OF DEFENSE GENE TRANSCRIPTS DURING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF VESICULAR-ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL ASSOCIATIONS IN ROOTS OF MEDICAGO-TRUNCATULA

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions


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