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Genes involved in early root nodule development



Genes involved in early root nodule development



Control of plant gene expression: 223-240



This review focuses on the plant genes specifically expressed during the early stages of nodule development as a result of the interaction between Rhizobium bacteria and leguminous plants. Plant genes involved in root hair curling, the infection process, and the formation of the nodule structure are described.

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