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Host-symbiont interactions. Recognition between legumes and Rhizobium



Host-symbiont interactions. Recognition between legumes and Rhizobium



Vaxtskyddsnotiser 46(5/6): 101-106



Recognition in Rhizobium-legume systems is reviewed with reference to white clover. Interactions in the rhizosphere include exuded plant enzymes acting on bacterial polysaccharides and soluble bacterial oligo/polysaccharides inducing root hair deformation and susceptibility to infection.

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