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Enod40 genes in nodule development: overexpression affects certain root responses in legumes

Enod40 genes in nodule development: overexpression affects certain root responses in legumes

Recent Research Developments in Plant Physiology 1: 117-124

The role of overexpression of enod40 genes in early legume nodule development in response to soil-derived Rhizobium infection is reviewed.

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