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    1. Kurchak, ON; Provorov, NA; Simarov, BV
      Plasmid pSym1-32 of Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viceae controlling nitrogen fixation activity, effectiveness of symbiosis, competitiveness, and acid tolerance

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF GENETICS
    2. Onishchuk, OP; Kurchak, ON; Sharypova, LA; Provorov, NA; Simarov, BV
      Analysis of different types of competitive capacity in the alfalfa rhizobia (Sinorhizobium meliloti) Tn5 mutants

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF GENETICS
    3. Hafeez, FY; Hameed, S; Ahmad, T; Malik, KA
      Competition between effective and less effective strains of Bradyrhizobiumspp. for nodulation on Vigna radiata

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    4. Bloem, JF; Law, IJ
      Determination of competitive abilities of Bradyrhizobium japonicum strainsin soils from soybean production regions in South Africa

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    5. Vazquez, MM; Azcon, R; Barea, JM
      Compatibility of a wild type and its genetically modified Sinorhizobium strain with two mycorrhizal fungi on Medicago species as affected by drought stress

      PLANT SCIENCE
    6. Valdenegro, M; Barea, JM; Azcon, R
      Influence of arbuscular-mycorrhizal fungi, Rhizobium meliloti strains and PGPR inoculation on the growth of Medicago arborea used as model legume forre-vegetation and biological reactivation in a semi-arid mediterranean area

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    7. Marshall, B; Robleto, EA; Wetzler, R; Kulle, P; Casaz, P; Levy, SB
      The adnA transcriptional factor affects persistence and spread of Pseudomonas fluorescens under natural field conditions

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    8. Venter, AP; Twelker, S; Oresnik, IJ; Hynes, MF
      Analysis of the genetic region encoding a novel rhizobiocin from Rhizobiumleguminosarum bv. viciae strain 306

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    9. Bernal, G; Graham, PH
      Diversity in the rhizobia associated with Phaseolus vulgaris L. in Ecuador, and comparisons with Mexican bean rhizobia

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    10. Heinrich, K; Ryder, MH; Murphy, PJ
      Early production of rhizopine in nodules induced by Sinorhizobium melilotistrain L5-30

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    11. Bittinger, MA; Gross, JA; Widom, J; Clardy, J; Handelsman, J
      Rhizobium etli CE3 carries vir gene homologs on a self-transmissible plasmid

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    12. Hungria, M; Vargas, MAT
      Environmental factors affecting N-2 fixation in grain legumes in the tropics, with an emphasis on Brazil

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    13. Galleguillos, C; Aguirre, C; Barea, JM; Azcon, R
      Growth promoting effect of two Sinorhizobium meliloti strains (a wild typeand its genetically modified derivative) on a non-legume plant species in specific interaction with two arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi

      PLANT SCIENCE
    14. Hungria, M; Andrade, DD; Chueire, LMD; Probanza, A; Guttierrez-Manero, FJ; Megias, M
      Isolation and characterization of new efficient and competitive bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) rhizobia from Brazil

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    15. Bittinger, MA; Handelsman, J
      Identification of genes in the RosR regulon of Rhizobium etli

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    16. Goel, AK; Sindhu, SS; Dadarwal, KR
      Bacteriocin-producing native rhizobia of green gram (Vigna radiata) havingcompetitive advantage in nodule occupancy

      MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    17. Phillips, DA
      Using rhizobia in the 21st century

      SYMBIOSIS
    18. Oresnik, IJ; Twelker, S; Hynes, MF
      Cloning and characterization of a Rhizobium leguminosarum gene encoding a bacteriocin with similarities to RTX toxins

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    19. Velazquez, E; Mateos, PF; Velasco, N; Santos, F; Burgos, PA; Villadas, P; Toro, N; Martinez-Molina, E
      Symbiotic characteristics and selection of autochthonous strains of Sinorhizobium meliloti populations in different soils

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    20. Wilson, KJ; Parra, A; Botero, L
      Application of the GUS marker gene technique to high-throughput screening of rhizobial competition

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    21. RODELAS B; GONZALEZLOPEZ J; SALMERON V; MARTINEZTOLEDO MV; POZO C
      SYMBIOTIC EFFECTIVENESS AND BACTERIOCIN PRODUCTION BY RHIZOBIUM-LEGUMINOSARUM BV VICEAE ISOLATED FROM AGRICULTURAL SOILS IN SPAIN

      Agriculture, ecosystems & environment. Applied soil ecology
    22. KENT AD; WOJTASIAK ML; ROBLETO EA; TRIPLETT EW
      A TRANSPOSABLE PARTITIONING LOCUS USED TO STABILIZE PLASMID-BORNE HYDROGEN OXIDATION AND TRIFOLITOXIN PRODUCTION GENES IN A SINORHIZOBIUM STRAIN

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    23. Robleto, EA; Borneman, J; Triplett, EW
      Effects of bacterial antibiotic production on rhizosphere microbial communities from a culture-independent perspective

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    24. WILSON RA; HANDLEY BA; BERINGER JE
      BACTERIOCIN PRODUCTION AND RESISTANCE IN A FIELD POPULATION OF RHIZOBIUM-LEGUMINOSARUM BIOVAR VICIAE

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    25. ROSAS JC; CASTRO JA; ROBLETO EA; HANDELSMAN J
      A METHOD FOR SCREENING PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS L. GERMPLASM FOR PREFERENTIAL NODULATION WITH A SELECTED RHIZOBIUM-ETLI STRAIN

      Plant and soil
    26. TORO M; AZCON R; BAREA JM
      THE USE OF ISOTOPIC DILUTION TECHNIQUES TO EVALUATE THE INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF RHIZOBIUM GENOTYPE, MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI, PHOSPHATE-SOLUBILIZING RHIZOBACTERIA AND ROCK PHOSPHATE ON NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS ACQUISITION BY MEDICAGO-SATIVA

      New phytologist
    27. Provorov, NA; Vorob'ev, NI
      The role of interstrain competition in the evolution of genetically polymorphic populations of nodule bacteria

      GENETIKA
    28. MAVINGUI P; FLORES M; ROMERO D; MARTINEZROMERO E; PALACIOS R
      GENERATION OF RHIZOBIUM STRAINS WITH IMPROVED SYMBIOTIC PROPERTIES BYRANDOM DNA AMPLIFICATION (RDA)

      Nature biotechnology
    29. HERRERACERVERA JA; RODRIGUEZALONSO FI; OLIVARES J; SANJUAN J
      EVALUATION OF THE RECA-BASED CONTAINMENT SYSTEM IN RHIZOBIUM-MELILOTIGR4

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    30. RADEVA G; SELENSKAPOBELL S
      ALTERATION OF THE SYMBIOTIC PROPERTIES OF RHIZOBIUM-MELILOTI BY PLASMID MANIPULATIONS

      Microbios
    31. SAXENA AK; MITTAL S; DWIVEDI A; SHASHIKALA; TILAK KVBR
      COMPETITIVENESS AND SYMBIOTIC EFFICIENCY OF POTENTIAL INOCULANT STRAINS OF BRADYRHIZOBIUM SP (VIGNA)

      Microbiological research
    32. MERCADOBLANCO J; TORO N
      PLASMIDS IN RHIZOBIA - THE ROLE OF NONSYMBIOTIC PLASMIDS

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    33. VILLADAS PJ; BURGOS P; JORDING D; SELBITSCHKA W; PUHLER A; TORO N
      COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF THE GENETIC-STRUCTURE OF A RHIZOBIUM-MELILOTIFIELD POPULATION BEFORE AND AFTER ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASE OF THE HIGHLYCOMPETITIVE RHIZOBIUM-MELILOTI STRAIN GR4

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    34. STREIT WR; PHILLIPS DA
      RECOMBINANT RHIZOBIUM-MELILOTI STRAINS WITH EXTRA BIOTIN SYNTHESIS CAPABILITY

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    35. HERRERACERVERA JA; OLIVARES J; SANJUAN J
      AMMONIA INHIBITION OF PLASMID PRMECR4A CONJUGAL TRANSFER BETWEEN RHIZOBIUM-MELILOTI STRAINS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    36. BREIL BT; BORNEMAN J; TRIPLETT EW
      A NEWLY DISCOVERED GENE, TFUA, INVOLVED IN THE PRODUCTION OF THE RIBOSOMALLY SYNTHESIZED PEPTIDE ANTIBIOTIC TRIFOLITOXIN

      Journal of bacteriology
    37. GAO X; BORTHAKUR D
      DISCRETE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN STRAINS OF DIFFERENT RHIZOBIUM SPP FOR COMPETITIVE NODULE OCCUPANCY ON BEANS

      World journal of microbiology & biotechnology
    38. VILLADAS PJ; VELAZQUEZ E; MARTINEZMOLINA E; TORO N
      IDENTIFICATION OF NODULE-DOMINANT RHIZOBIUM-MELILOTI STRAINS CARRYINGPRMEGR4B-TYPE PLASMID WITHIN INDIGENOUS SOIL POPULATIONS BY PCR USINGPRIMERS DERIVED FROM SPECIFIC DNA-SEQUENCES

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    39. WILSON KJ
      MOLECULAR TECHNIQUES FOR THE STUDY OF RHIZOBIAL ECOLOGY IN THE FIELD

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    40. MURPHY PJ; WEXLER W; GRZEMSKI W; RAO JP; GORDON D
      RHIZOPINES - THEIR ROLE IN SYMBIOSIS AND COMPETITION

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    41. FESENKO AN; PROVOROV NA; ORLOVA IF; ORLOV VP; SIMAROV BV
      SELECTION OF RHIZOBIUM-LEGUMINOSARUM BV VICEAE STRAINS FOR INOCULATION OF PISUM-SATIVUM L CULTIVARS - ANALYSIS OF SYMBIOTIC EFFICIENCY AND NODULATION COMPETITIVENESS

      Plant and soil
    42. FISCHER HM
      GENETIC-REGULATION OF NITROGEN-FIXATION IN RHIZOBIA

      Microbiological reviews
    43. LEUNG K; WANJAGE FN; BOTTOMLEY PJ
      SYMBIOTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF RHIZOBIUM-LEGUMINOSARUM BV TRIFOLII ISOLATES WHICH REPRESENT MAJOR AND MINOR NODULE-OCCUPYING CHROMOSOMAL TYPES OF FIELD-GROWN SUBCLOVER (TRIFOLIUM-SUBTERRANEUM L)

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    44. TRIPLETT EW; BREIL BT; SPLITTER GA
      EXPRESSION OF TFX AND SENSITIVITY TO THE RHIZOBIAL PEPTIDE ANTIBIOTICTRIFOLITOXIN IN A TAXONOMICALLY DISTINCT GROUP OF ALPHA-PROTEOBACTERIA INCLUDING THE ANIMAL PATHOGEN BRUCELLA-ABORTUS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    45. TRIPLETT EW; BREIL BT; SPLITTER GA
      EXPRESSION OF TFX AND SENSITIVITY TO THE RHIZOBIAL PEPTIDE ANTIBIOTICTRIFOLITOXIN IN A TAXONOMICALLY DISTINCT GROUP OF ALPHA-PROTEOBACTERIA INCLUDING THE ANIMAL PATHOGEN BRUCELLA-ABORTUS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    46. STREETER JG
      FAILURE OF INOCULANT RHIZOBIA TO OVERCOME THE DOMINANCE OF INDIGENOUSSTRAINS FOR NODULE FORMATION

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    47. BOSWORTH AH; BREIL BT; TRIPLETT EW
      PRODUCTION OF THE ANTI-RHIZOBIAL PEPTIDE, TRIFOLITOXIN, IN STERILE SOILS BY RHIZOBIUM-LEGUMINOSARUM BV TRIFOLII T24

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    48. BREIL BT; LUDDEN PW; TRIPLETT EW
      DNA-SEQUENCE AND MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF GENES INVOLVED IN THE PRODUCTION AND RESISTANCE OF THE ANTIBIOTIC PEPTIDE TRIFOLITOXIN

      Journal of bacteriology


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