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  1. We describe the internal microbial contents of Medicago root nodule microbiomes.
  2. Comparative Analysis of the Cultured and Total Bacterial Community in the Wheat Rhizosphere Microbiome Using Culture-Dependent and Culture-Independent Approaches
  3. The Hologenome Hypothesis and Its Application to Plant-Microbe Interactions on an Evolutionary Scale
  4. A Gram-positive bacterial species isolated from the Negev Desert promotes corn growth.
  5. Finding salt-tolerant bacteria to promote crop arid saline soils of Pakistan.
  6. This paper describes how native Ensifer meliloti strains are more mucoid than inoculant strains.
  7. Trinickia dabaoshanensis sp. nov., a new name for a lost species
  8. Senegalia senegal (synonym: Acacia senegal), its importance to sub-Saharan Africa, and its relationship with a wide range of symbiotic soil microorganisms
  9. Antifungal Activity of Bacillus Species Against Fusarium and Analysis of the Potential Mechanisms Used in Biocontrol
  10. Can we replace chemical fertilizers and pesticides with soil microbes?
  11. Mycetohabitans and Trinickia: two new genera in the Burkholderiaceae.
  12. Broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity by Burkholderia cenocepacia TAtl-371, a strain isolated from the tomato rhizosphere
  13. Functional metabolic diversity of the bacterial community in undisturbed resource island soils in the southern Sonoran Desert
  14. Root growth improvement of mesquite seedlings and bacterial rhizosphere and soil community changes are induced by inoculation with plant growth-promoting bacteria and promote restoration of eroded desert soil
  15. Perennials but not slope aspect affect the diversity of soil bacterial communities in the northern Negev Desert, Israel
  16. The use of Bacillus in the biocontrol of Fusarium.
  17. Other bacteria besides rhizobia are detected with root nodules
  18. A review of bacteria and their ability to synthesize chitin-degrading enzymes is presented.
  19. Blue light does not inhibit nodulation in Sesbania rostrata
  20. To split or not to split: an opinion on dividing the genus Burkholderia
  21. A reliable method for the selection and confirmation of transconjugants of plant growth-promoting bacteria especially plant-associated Burkholderia spp.
  22. The model legume Lotus japonicus must perceive light to nodulate.
  23. This is a continuation of an attempt to answer the question: Why do legumes nodulate ?
  24. This is a review describing how to authenticate botanicals and plant-based supplements.
  25. Biofilm formation assessment in Sinorhizobium meliloti reveals interlinked control with surface motility
  26. We sequenced the strain L5 genome to learn more about this metabolically versatile microbe.
  27. Biofilm Formation in the Rhizosphere: Multispecies Interactions and Implications for Plant Growth
  28. Phylogenetic Analysis of Burkholderia Species by Multilocus Sequence Analysis
  29. Obituary of Jose de Jesús Caballero-Mellado
  30. Molecular Signals and Receptors: Communication Between Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria and Their Plant Hosts
  31. Micromonospora: An important microbe for biomedicine and potentially for biocontrol and biofuels
  32. How Rhizobia Survive in the Absence of a Legume Host, a Stressful World Indeed
  33. Insights into the history of the legume-betaproteobacterial symbiosis
  34. Plant lectins: the ties that bind in root symbiosis and plant defense
  35. Rhizobiumcommonnodgenes are required for biofilm formation
  36. Characterization of Arabidopsis AtUGT85A and AtGUS gene families and their expression in rapidly dividing tissues
  37. ENOD40Gene Expression and Cytokinin Responses in the Nonnodulating, Nonmycorrhizal (Nod−Myc−) Mutant,Masym3, ofMelilotus albaDesr.
  38. Effects of nutritional and environmental conditions on Sinorhizobium meliloti biofilm formation
  39. Signals and Responses
  40. Investigations of Rhizobium biofilm formation
  41. Donald R. Kaplan's legacy: influencing teaching and research
  42. A feeling for the micro-organism: structure on a small scale. Biofilms on plant roots
  43. Identification of Botanicals and Potential Contaminants through RFLP and Sequencing
  44. The Expression ofMaEXP1, aMelilotus albaExpansin Gene, Is Upregulated During the Sweetclover-Sinorhizobium melilotiInteraction
  45. Fixed‐Nitrogen Deficiency: Overcoming by Nodulation
  46. Chloroplasts in Living Cells and the String-of-Grana Concept of Chloroplast Structure Revisited
  47. Expression ofMsLEC1Transgenes in Alfalfa Plants Causes Symbiotic Abnormalities
  48. Nitrogen Comes Down to Earth: Report from the 5th European Nitrogen Fixation Conference
  49. Flavonoids: Signal Molecules in Plant Development
  50. The Involvement of Root Hairs in Mycorrhizal Associations
  51. Role of lectins (and rhizobial exopolysaccharides) in legume nodulation
  52. Lotus corniculatus Nodulation Specificity Is Changed by the Presence of a Soybean Lectin Gene
  53. Signal Transduction Pathways in Mycorrhizal Associations: Comparisons with theRhizobium–Legume Symbiosis
  54. Studying Early Nodulin GeneENOD40Expression and Induction by Nodulation Factor and Cytokinin in Transgenic Alfalfa
  55. Studies on the diploid indeterminate nodule-forming plant Melilotus alba Desr., white sweetclover
  56. Plant hormones and nodulation: what's the connection?
  57. John Gordon Torrey (1921?1993)
  58. Molecular Interactions during Nodule Development
  59. An alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) cDNA encoding an acidic leghemoglobin (MsLb3)
  60. Developmental biology of legume nodulation
  61. Bacterial-Induced Changes in Plant Form and Function
  62. In-situ hybridization of nodulin mRNAs in root nodules using non-radioactive probes
  63. In-Situ hybridization of nodulin mRNAs in root nodules using non-radioactive probes
  64. RFLP mapping of the abp1 locus in maize (Zea mays L.)
  65. Plant Improvement Plant Improvement and Somatic Cell Genetics Indra K. Vasil William R. Snowcroft K. J. Frey
  66. Structural Investigations of Asexual Reproduction in Nephrolepis exaltata and Platycerium bifurcatum
  67. Effects of Boron Deficiency on Mitosis and Incorporation of Tritiated Thymidine into Nuclei of Sunflower Root Tips
  68. Endogenous IAA Levels in Boron-Deficient and Control Root Tips of Sunflower
  69. Ultrastructural changes in sunflower root cells in relation to boron deficiency and added auxin
  70. A developmental study of the phylloclades of Ruscus aculeatus L.
  71. The Development of Aposporous Gametophytes and Regenerated Sporophytes from Epidermal Cells of Excised Fern Leaves: An Anatomical Study
  72. Control of branching pattern in Microgramma vacciniifolia, an epiphytic fern
  73. Organography, Branching, and the Problem of Leaf Versus Bud Differentiation in the Vining Epiphytic Fern Genus Microgramma
  74. Chloroplasts in living cells and the string-of-grana concept of chloroplast structure revisited