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    1. Casini, P; Olivero, L
      Allelopathic effects of legume cover crops on cogon grass (Imperata brasiliensis Trin.)

      ALLELOPATHY JOURNAL
    2. Nagaoka, T; Goto, K; Watanabe, A; Sakata, Y; Yoshihara, T
      Sesquiterpenoids in root exudates of Solanum aethiopicum

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR NATURFORSCHUNG C-A JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES
    3. Kisselle, KW; Garrett, CJ; Fu, S; Hendrix, PF; Crossley, DA; Coleman, DC; Potter, RL
      Budgets for root-derived C and litter-derived C: comparison between conventional tillage and no tillage soils

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    4. Molina, JAE; Clapp, CE; Linden, D; Allmaras, RR; Layese, MF; Dowdy, RH; Cheng, HH
      Modeling the incorporation of corn (Zea mays L.) carbon from roots and rhizodeposition into soil organic matter

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    5. Lupwayi, NZ; Rice, WA; Clayton, GW
      Rhizosphere can enhance effectiveness of rhizobia

      COMMUNICATIONS IN SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT ANALYSIS
    6. An, P; Inanaga, S; Kafkafi, U; Lux, A; Sugimoto, Y
      Different effect of humidity on growth and salt tolerance of two soybean cultivars

      BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    7. Rowan, A; McCully, ME; Canny, MJ
      The origin of the exudate from cut maize roots

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Saxena, D; Stotzky, G
      Insecticidal toxin from Bacillus thuringiensis is released from roots of transgenic Bt corn in vitro and in situ

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    9. Sene, M; Dore, T; Pellissier, F
      Effect of phenolic acids in soil under and between rows of a prior sorghum(Sorghum bicolor) crop on germination, emergence, and seedling growth of peanut (Arachis hypogea)

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    10. Pan, B; Smith, DL
      Preincubation of B-japonicum cells with genistein reduces the inhibitory effects of mineral nitrogen on soybean nodulation and nitrogen fixation under field conditions

      PLANT AND SOIL
    11. Uselman, SM; Qualls, RG; Thomas, RB
      Effects of increased atmospheric CO2, temperature, and soil N availabilityon root exudation of dissolved organic carbon by a N-fixing tree (Robinia pseudoacacia L.)

      PLANT AND SOIL
    12. Broughton, WJ; Jabbouri, S; Perret, X
      Keys to symbiotic harmony

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    13. Yamamoto, T; Yokotani-Tomita, K; Kosemura, S; Yamamura, S; Yamada, K; Hasegawa, K
      Allelopathic substance exuded from a serious weed, germinating barnyard grass (Echinochloa crus-galli L.), roots

      JOURNAL OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    14. Uselman, SM; Qualls, RG; Thomas, RB
      A test of a potential short cut in the nitrogen cycle: The role of exudation of symbiotically fixed nitrogen from the roots of a N-fixing tree and the effects of increased atmospheric CO2 and temperature

      PLANT AND SOIL
    15. Streibig, JC; Dayan, FE; Rimando, AM; Duke, SO
      Joint action of natural and synthetic photosystem II inhibitors

      PESTICIDE SCIENCE
    16. KROER N; BARKAY T; SORENSEN S; WEBER D
      EFFECT OF ROOT EXUDATES AND BACTERIAL METABOLIC-ACTIVITY ON CONJUGAL GENE-TRANSFER IN THE RHIZOSPHERE OF A MARSH PLANT

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    17. RIMANDO AM; DAYAN FE; CZARNOTA MA; WESTON LA; DUKE SO
      A NEW PHOTOSYSTEM-II ELECTRON-TRANSFER INHIBITOR FROM SORGHUM-BICOLOR

      Journal of natural products
    18. PUEPPKE SG; BOLANOSVASQUEZ MC; WERNER D; BECFERTE MP; PROME JC; KRISHNAN HB
      RELEASE OF FLAVONOIDS BY THE SOYBEAN CULTIVARS MCCALL AND PEKING AND THEIR PERCEPTION AS SIGNALS BY THE NITROGEN-FIXING SYMBIONT SINORHIZOBIUM-FREDII

      Plant physiology
    19. GRAMSS G; RUDESCHKO O
      ACTIVITIES OF OXIDOREDUCTASE ENZYMES IN TISSUE-EXTRACTS AND STERILE ROOT EXUDATES OF 3 CROP PLANTS, AND SOME PROPERTIES OF THE PEROXIDASE COMPONENT

      New phytologist
    20. SCHEIDEMANN P; WETZEL A
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FLAVONOIDS IN THE ROOT EXUDATEOF ROBINIA-PSEUDOACACIA

      Trees
    21. KATO K; ARIMA Y; HIRATA H
      EFFECT OF EXUDATE RELEASED FROM SEEDS AND SEEDLING ROOTS OF COMMON BEAN (PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS L) ON PROLIFERATION OF RHIZOBIUM SP (PHASEOLUS)

      Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
    22. LI MG; OSAKI M; HONMA M; TADANO T
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PHYTASE INDUCED IN TOMATO ROOTS UNDER PHOSPHORUS-DEFICIENT CONDITIONS

      Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
    23. ZHANG FS; MA J; CAO YP
      PHOSPHORUS DEFICIENCY ENHANCES ROOT EXUDATION OF LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHTORGANIC-ACIDS AND UTILIZATION OF SPARINGLY SOLUBLE INORGANIC PHOSPHATES BY RADISH (RAGHANUS-SATIVUS L.) AND RAPE (BRASSICA-NAPUS L.) PLANTS

      Plant and soil
    24. BASU U; MCDONALDSTEPHENS JL; ARCHAMBAULT DJ; GOOD AG; BRIGGS KG; TAINGAUNG; TAYLOR GJ
      GENETIC AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF DOUBLED-HAPLOID, ALUMINUM-RESISTANT LINES OF WHEAT PROVIDE EVIDENCE FOR THE INVOLVEMENT OF A 23 KD, ROOT EXUDATE POLYPEPTIDE IN MEDIATING RESISTANCE

      Plant and soil
    25. PELLET DM; PAPERNIK LA; JONES DL; DARRAH PR; GRUNES DL; KOCHIAN LV
      INVOLVEMENT OF MULTIPLE ALUMINUM EXCLUSION MECHANISMS IN ALUMINUM TOLERANCE IN WHEAT

      Plant and soil
    26. OHWAKI Y; SUGAHARA K
      ACTIVE EXTRUSION OF PROTONS AND EXUDATION OF CARBOXYLIC-ACIDS IN RESPONSE TO IRON-DEFICIENCY BY ROOTS OF CHICKPEA (CICER-ARIETINUM L)

      Plant and soil
    27. SHAW JE; REYNOLDS T; SPRENT JI
      A STUDY OF THE SYMBIOTIC IMPORTANCE AND LOCATION OF NOD GENE INDUCINGCOMPOUNDS IN 2 WIDELY NODULATING AND 2 NONNODULATING TROPICAL TREE SPECIES

      Plant and soil
    28. WANG J; JOHNSON CS; EISENBACK JD
      ENHANCED HATCHING OF GLOBODERA-TABACUM SOLANACEARUM JUVENILES BY ROOTEXUDATES OF FLUE-CURED TOBACCO

      Journal of nematology
    29. GONZALEZ VM; KAZIMIR J; NIMBAL C; WESTON LA; CHENIAE GM
      INHIBITION OF A PHOTOSYSTEM-II ELECTRON-TRANSFER REACTION BY THE NATURAL PRODUCT SORGOLEONE

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    30. CLEYETMAREL JC; ROME S; SALDUCCI X; WERY J
      HOST-SPECIFIC REGULATION OF NODULATION ME DIATED BY FLAVONOID COMPOUNDS PRESENT IN PLANT

      Acta botanica gallica
    31. TAWARAYA K; WATANABE S; YOSHIDA E; WAGATSUMA T
      EFFECT OF ONION (ALLIUM-CEPA) ROOT EXUDATES ON THE HYPHAL GROWTH OF GIGASPORA-MARGARITA

      Mycorrhiza
    32. LUPWAYI NZ; STEPHENS PM; NOONAN MJ
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TIMING OF INFECTION AND NODULATION COMPETITIVENESS OF RHIZOBIUM-MELILOTI

      Symbiosis
    33. NIMBAL CI; YERKES CN; WESTON LA; WELLER SC
      HERBICIDAL ACTIVITY AND SITE OF ACTION OF THE NATURAL PRODUCT SORGOLEONE

      Pesticide biochemistry and physiology
    34. SAEKI Y; YAMAKAWA T; IKEDA M; ISHIZUKA J
      EFFECTS OF ROOT EXUDATES OF RJ(2)RJ(3)-GENOTYPE AND RJ(4)-GENOTYPE SOYBEANS ON GROWTH AND CHEMOTAXIS OF BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM

      Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
    35. RASMUSSEN U; JOHANSSON C; RENGLIN A; PETERSSON C; BERGMAN B
      A MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF THE GUNNERA-NOSTOC SYMBIOSIS - COMPARISON WITH RHIZOBIUM-PLANT AND AGROBACTERIUM-PLANT INTERACTIONS

      New phytologist
    36. NIMBAL CI; PEDERSEN JF; YERKES CN; WESTON LA; WELLER SC
      PHYTOTOXICITY AND DISTRIBUTION OF SORGOLEONE IN GRAIN-SORGHUM GERMPLASM

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    37. SEIGLER DS
      CHEMISTRY AND MECHANISMS OF ALLELOPATHIC INTERACTIONS

      Agronomy journal
    38. BLOEMBERG GV; KAMST E; HARTEVELD M; VANDERDRIFT KMGM; HAVERKAMP J; THOMASOATES JE; LUGTENBERG BJJ; SPAINK HP
      A CENTRAL DOMAIN OF RHIZOBIUM NODE PROTEIN MEDIATES HOST-SPECIFICITY BY DETERMINING THE HYDROPHOBICITY OF FATTY ACYL MOIETIES OF NODULATIONFACTORS

      Molecular microbiology
    39. VANWORKUM WAT; VANBRUSSEL AAN; TAK T; WIJFFELMAN CA; KIJNE JW
      ETHYLENE PREVENTS NODULATION OF VICIA-SATIVA SSP NIGRA BY EXOPOLYSACCHARIDE-DEFICIENT MUTANTS OF RHIZOBIUM-LEGUMINOSARUM BV VICIAE

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    40. SCHURR U; SCHULZE ED
      THE CONCENTRATION OF XYLEM SAP CONSTITUENTS IN ROOT EXUDATE, AND IN SAP FROM INTACT, TRANSPIRING CASTOR BEAN-PLANTS (RICINUS-COMMUNIS L)

      Plant, cell and environment
    41. PELLET DM; GRUNES DL; KOCHIAN LV
      ORGANIC-ACID EXUDATION AS AN ALUMINUM-TOLERANCE MECHANISM IN MAIZE (ZEA-MAYS L)

      Planta
    42. MISTRIK I; MISTRIKOVA I
      UPTAKE, TRANSPORT AND METABOLISM OF PHOSPHATE BY INDIVIDUAL ROOTS OF ZEA-MAYS L

      BIOLOGIA
    43. KINET JM; HOUSSA P; REQUIER MC; BERNIER G
      ALTERATION OF CYTOKININ LEVELS IN ROOT AND LEAF EXUDATES OF THE SHORT-DAY PLANT XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM IN RESPONSE TO A SINGLE LONG NIGHT INDUCING FLOWERING

      Plant physiology and biochemistry
    44. LEROUGE P
      SYMBIOTIC HOST-SPECIFICITY BETWEEN LEGUMINOUS PLANTS AND RHIZOBIA IS DETERMINED BY SUBSTITUTED AND ACYLATED GLUCOSAMINE OLIGOSACCHARIDE SIGNALS

      Glycobiology
    45. BECK E; WAGNER BM
      QUANTIFICATION OF THE DAILY CYTOKININ TRANSPORT FROM THE ROOT TO THE SHOOT OF URTICA-DIOICA L

      Botanica acta
    46. TAWARAYA K; SASAI K; WAGATSUMA T
      EFFECT OF PHOSPHORUS APPLICATION ON THE CONTENTS OF AMINO-ACIDS AND REDUCING SUGARS IN THE RHIZOSPHERE AND VA MYCORRHIZAL INFECTION OF WHITE CLOVER

      Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
    47. MILLER KJ; HADLEY JA; GUSTINE DL
      CYCLIC BETA-1,6-1,3-GLUCANS OF BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM USDA-110 ELICIT ISOFLAVONOID PRODUCTION IN THE SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX) HOST

      Plant physiology
    48. CHRISTENSEN H; CHRISTENSEN S
      (3)HTHYMIDINE INCORPORATION OF RHIZOSPHERE BACTERIA INFLUENCED BY PLANT N-STATUS

      Plant and soil
    49. SANKARALINGAM A; MCGAWLEY EC
      INFLUENCE OF RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI ON EGG HATCHING AND INFECTIVITY OF ROTYLENCHULUS-RENIFORMIS

      Journal of nematology
    50. SPAINK HP
      THE MOLECULAR-BASIS OF THE HOST-SPECIFICITY OF THE RHIZOBIUM-BACTERIA

      Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
    51. MADA RJ; BAGYARAJ DJ
      ROOT EXUDATION FROM LEUCAENA-LEUCOCEPHALA IN RELATION TO MYCORRHIZAL COLONIZATION

      World journal of microbiology & biotechnology
    52. MULLER S; VANDERMERWE A; SCHILDKNECHT H; VISSER JH
      AN AUTOMATED-SYSTEM FOR LARGE-SCALE RECOVERY OF GERMINATION STIMULANTS AND OTHER ROOT EXUDATES

      Weed science
    53. MASAOKA Y; KOJIMA M; SUGIHARA S; YOSHIHARA T; KOSHINO M; ICHIHARA A
      DISSOLUTION OF FERRIC PHOSPHATE BY ALFALFA (MEDICAGO-SATIVA L) ROOT EXUDATES

      Plant and soil
    54. CECHIN I; PRESS MC
      NITROGEN RELATIONS OF THE SORGHUM STRIGA-HERMONTHICA HOST-PARASITE ASSOCIATION - GERMINATION, ATTACHMENT AND EARLY GROWTH

      New phytologist


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