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Host recognition in the Rhizobium-soybean symbiosis



Host recognition in the Rhizobium-soybean symbiosis



Plant Physiology 66(4): 609-614



Polar binding of Rhizobium japonicum to roots and root hairs of Glycine soja (wild soyabean) was specifically inhibited by D-galactose and N-acetyl-D-galactosamine, haptens of soyabean seed lectin. A protein immunologically cross-reactive with soyabean seed lectin was present in G. soja seed extracts. Peptide mapping of the purified soyabean and G. soja lectins indicated that the 2 were similar in structure.

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DOI: 10.1104/pp.66.4.609



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