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Chimphango, Samson B. M.

Biological Nitrogen Fixation: Towards Poverty Alleviation through Sustainable Agriculture

Chimphango, Samson B. M. - Biological Nitrogen Fixation: Towards Poverty Alleviation through Sustainable Agriculture, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Gene Discovery and Marker Development in Crop Legumes
T. H. N. Ellis

I. Towards Sustainable Agriculture

2. Nutrient Mining or Carbon Sequestration? BNF Inputs Can Make the Difference
Robert M. Boddey, Claudia P. Jantalia, Lincoln Zotarelli, Aimée Okito, Bruno J. R. Alves, Segundo Urquiaga, Telmo J. C. Amado

3. Tripartite Symbiotic System of pea (Pisum sativum L.): Applications in Sustainable Agriculture
A. Y. Borisov, T. N. Danilova, O. Y. Shtark, I. I. Solovov, A. E. Kazakov, T. S. Naumkina, A. G. Vasilchikov, V. K. Chebotar, I. A. Tikhonovich

4. Plant Growth-Promoting Diazotrophs: Optimising their Role as Key Agents in Achieving More Efficient Nutrient Use by Field Crops
Ivan R. Kennedy, Mihály Kecskés, Rosalind Deaker, Rodney J. Roughley, Sally Marsh, Michael Rose, Abu Choudhury, Nguyen Thanh Hien, Phan Thi Cong, Pham Toan, Tran Thanh Be

5. Multi-Factor Approach to Identifying Cowpea Genotypes with Superior Symbiotic Traits and Higher Yield for Africa
Samson B. M. Chimphango, Alphonsus Belane, Jesse B. Naab, Paul B. Tanzubil, Joseph A. N. Asiwe, Patrick A. Ndakidemi, Riekert P. D. Heerden, Felix D. Dakora

6. BNF Applications for Poverty Alleviation
G. W. O’Hara, J. G. Howieson, R. J. Yates, D. Real, C. Revell

7. Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Resource-Poor Agriculture in South Africa
Jacomina F. Bloem

8. Combating Food Insecurity on Sandy Soils in Zimbabwe: The Legume Dilemma
Florence Mtambanengwe, Paul Mapfumo

9. Nitrogen Fixation in Agriculture: Forage Legumes in Sweden as an Example
Kerstin Huss-Danell, Georg Carlsson, Eugenia Chaia, Cecilia Palmborg

10. Biological Nitrogen Fixation with the Soybean and Common Bean Crops in the Tropics
Mariangela Hungria, Rubens J. Campo, Fernando G. Barcellos, Ligia Maria O. Chueire, Pâmela Menna, Jesiane S. Batista, Fabiana G. S. Pinto, Daisy R. Binde, Leandro P. Godoy, Alan A. Alan A. Pereira

11. Biodiversity in Amazonian Dark Earth: A Contribution for the Sustainability of Tropical Soils from the Microbial Symbioses
S. M. Tsai, B. O’Neill, F. Cannavan, D. Campos, R. Medau, S. Fedrizzi, J. Grossmann, J. Thies

12. Techniques for the Quantification of Plant-Associated Biological Nitrogen Fixation
Robert M. Boddey, Claudia P. Jantalia, Lincoln Zotarelli, Aimée Okito, Bruno J. R. Alves, Segundo Urquiaga

13. Measuring N2 Fixation in Legumes Using 15N Natural Abundance: Some Methodological Problems Associated with Choice of Reference Plants
Felix D. Dakora, Amy C. Spriggs, Patrick A. Ndakidemi, Alphonsus Belane

14. How to Quantify Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Forage Legumes in the Field
Georg Carlsson, Kerstin Huss-Danell

15. Nodular Diagnosis for Integrated Improvement of Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation in Cropping Systems
J. J. Drevon, S. Gugliemni, G. Boyer, E. Lafosse-Bernard, R. Métral, C. Pernot, H. Vailhe

16. Evaluation of Seed and Liquid Inoculation on Biological Nitrogen Fixation and Grain Yield of Soybean
A. D. C. Chilimba

17. Initiation, Localization, and Growth of Nodules within the Root System of Pea as Affected by Assimilate Availability
A. -S. Voisin, N. G. Munier-Jolain, L. Pagès, C. Salon

18. Enhanced Early Nodulation of Medicago Truncatula Co-Inoculated with Sinorhizobium Medicae and Achromobacter Xylosoxidans
S. Fox, G. W. O’Hara, L. Brau, J. Howieson, W. Reeve

19. Gene Transfer in the Environment Promotes the Rapid Evolution of a Diversity of Suboptimal and Competitive Rhizobia for Biserrula pelecinus L.
K. G. Nandasena, G. W. O’Hara, R. P. Tiwari, J. G. Howieson

20. Effect of a Genetically Modified Rhizobium leguminosarum Strain on Bacterial and Fungal Diversity in the Rhizosphere of Pisum sativum
C. Lantin, B. Bulawa, A. Haselier, R. Defez, U. B. Priefer

21. Inoculants for Sugar Cane: The Scientific Bases for the Adoption of the Technology for Biofuel Production
V. M. Reis, A. L. M. Oliveira, M. F. Silva, F. L. Olivares, J. I. Baldani, R. M. Boddey, S. Urquiaga

22. Detection and Enumeration of Plant Growth-Promoting Bacteria
M. L. Kecskés, E. Michel, B. Lauby, M. Rakotondrainibe, A. Palágyi, I. R. Kennedy

23. Nodulated Tree Legumes and Their Symbiotic Bradyrhizobium in African and South-American Tropical Rainforests
Y. Prin, B. Dreyfus, C. Roux, G. Bena, M. Diabaté, P. Lajudie, A. Bâ, S. M. Fariaa, A. Munive, A. Galiana

24. Innovative Microbial Approaches to the Management of Acacia senegal Trees to Improve and Sustain Gum-Arabic Production in Sub-Saharan Africa
D. Lesueur, A. Faye, S. Sall, J. -L. Chotte, A. Sarr

25. Acacia Species Used for Revegetation in South-Eastern Australia Require More than One Multi-Strain Rhizobial Inoculant
A. McInnes, J. Brockwell

26. Management of Symbionts in Calliandra (Calliandra calothyrsus Meisn., Leguminosae) Based Agroforestry Systems to Improve Growth, Productivity, Quality of Fodder, and Biological N2 Fixation
D. W. Odee, D. Lesueur, X. Poshiwa, D. Walters, J. Wilson

27. Legume Trees in the Coffee Agroecosystem of Puerto Rico
M. A. Arango, M. Santana, L. Cruz, E. C. Schröder

28. Nodulation Adapted to Habitat Submergence
M. Holsters, W. Capoen, J. D. Herder, D. Vereecke, G. Oldroyd, S. Goormachtig

29. Mechanism of Quick and Reversible Inhibition of Soybean Nodule Growth and Nitrogen Fixation Activity by Nitrate and its Metabolites
T. Ohyama, A. Yamazaki, N. Yamashita, T. Kimura, S. Ito, N. Ohtake, K. Sueyoshi

30. Inhibition of Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation by Dark Chilling in Soybean
P. D. R. Heerden, U. Schlüter, P. W. Mokwala, K. Kunert, C. H. Foyer

31. Do Nodule Phosphatase and Phytase Link with the Phosphorus Use Efficiency for N2-Dependent Growth in Phaseolus vulgaris ?
J. J. Drevon, S. Kouas, L. Amenc, N. Alkama, S. Beebe, L. Bouhmana, A. Lopez, C. Plassard, P. Rodino, G. Viennois

32. The Alternative Sigma Factor rpoH2 is Required for Salt Tolerance in Sinorhizobium sp. Strain BL3
P. Tittabutr, W. Payakapong, N. Teaumroong, N. Boonkerd, P. W. Singleton, D. Borthakur

33. Root-Nodule Bacteria of Arid-Zone Legumes for Use in Rehabilitation in the Shark Bay World Heritage Area
Y. Hill, G. W. O’Hara, E. Watkin, K. Dixon

34. Effect of Vegetation Clearing on the Nitrogen Cycle and Water Resource Quality in South Africa
F. Rusinga, S. Israel, G. Tredoux

35. Biorhizoremediation of Heavy Metals Toxicity Using Rhizobium-Legume Symbioses
E. Pajuelo, M. Dary, A. J. Palomares, I. D. Rodriguez-Llorente, J. A. Carrasco, M. A. Chamber

36. The Commercialisation of Small Holder Agriculture Through Biological Nitrogen Fixation (BNF) in Soybean
E. Musimwa, O. Mukoko

37. Estimates of N2 Fixation in Cowpea Grown in Farmers’ Fields in the Upper West Region of Ghana
J. B. Naab, S. B. M. Chimphango, F. D. Dakora

38. Integrating N2-Fixing Legumes, Soils, and Livelihoods in Southern Africa: A Consortium Approach
P. Mapfumo

39. Distribution of Promiscuous Soyabean Rhizobia in Some Zimbabwean Soils
J. S. Mukutiri, S. Mpepereki, F. Makonese

40. Ecophysiological Studies of Legumes in Botswana: Types of Bacterial Strains from Root Nodules of Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp.) and an Assessment of the Symbiotic Status of Grain Legumes Using 15N Natural Abundance
F. Pule-Meulenberg, T. Krasova-Wade, F. D. Dakora

41. Symbiotic N Nutrition and Yield of Cowpea Genotypes under Different Plant Densities and Cropping Systems
J. H. J. R. Makoi, S. B. M. Chimphango, F. D. Dakora

42. The Diversity of Root Nodule Bacteria Associated with Lebeckia Species in South Africa
F. L. Phalane, E. T. Steenkamp, I. J. Law, W. F. Botha

43. Rhizobial Diversity Associated with South African Legumes
M. A. Pérez-Fernández, A. J. Valentine, S. Muñoz García-Mauriño

44. Diversity and Competitiveness of Rhizobia of the Legume Tree Acacia Nilotica in Senegal
R. T. Samba, M. Neyra, D. Francis, S. Sylla, I. Ndoye

45. Effects of Rock Phosphate on Indigenous Rhizobia Associated with Sesbania sesban
O. Sacko, R. Samba, I. Yattara, N. Faye, F. Rego, T. Diop, M. Neyra, M. Gueye

46. Effect of Added Fertilizers on N2 Fixation and Plant Performance of Shrubby Legumes
M. A. Pérez-Fernández, A. J. Valentine, E. Calvo, S. Muñoz, C. Vicente

47. Genetic Diversity of Acacia seyal Del. Rhizobial Populations Indigenous to Senegalese Soils in Relation to Salinity and pH of the Sampling Sites
D. Diouf, R. Samba-Mbaye, D. Lesueur, A. Bâ, B. Dreyfus, P. Lajudie, M. Neyra

48. Potential Effects of Elevated UV-B Radiation on N2-Fixing Legumes in Agricultural Systems
S. B. M. Chimphango, C. F. Musil, F. D. Dakora

49. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Colonization and Nodulation Improve Flooding Tolerance in Pterocarpus officinalis jacq. Seedlings
L. Fougnies, S. Renciot, F. Muller, C. Plenchette, Y. Prin, S. M. Faria, J. M. Bouvet, S. Nd. Sylla, B. Dreyfus, I. Ndoye, A. Bâ

50. Mycorrhizal Colonization Improves Growth and Nutrition of an Invasive Legume in a Mediterranean Ecosystem
A. J. Valentine, M. R. Roux, M. A. Pérez-Fernández

51. Nutritional and Photosynthetic Performance of Invasive and Indigenous Legumes in a Mediterranean Ecosystem
A. J. Valentine, M. A. Pérez-Fernández, G. Shanks, P. E. Mortimer

52. Ecology and Phytochemical Analysis of the Medicinal Legume, Sutherlandia frutescens (L.)R. Br., at Two Locations
Q. Johnson, A. J. Valentine, M. A. Pérez-Fernández

53. Improving Chickpea Inoculation in the Northern Cropping Region of Australia
A. McInnes, C. Douglas, J. Thies, J. Slattery, P. Thompson, K. McCosker

54. Optimizing Chickpea Nodulation for Nitrogen Fixation and Yield in North-Western New South Wales, Australia
N. Elias, A. McInnes, D. Herridge

55. Investigating Nitrogen Fixation in the Medicago-sinorhizobium Symbiosis
J. J. Terpolilli, R. P. Tiwari, M. J. Dilworth, G. W. O’Hara, J. G. Howieson

56. Non-Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation in Soil, Litter, and Phyllosphere in Dry Chaco Forest of Argentina
A. Abril, L. Noe

57. Inoculation and Competitiveness of a Bradyrhizobium sp. Strain in Soils Containing Indigenous Rhizobia
C. Bonfiglio, P. Bogino, W. Giordano

58. Diverse Role of Diazotrophs in the Rhizosphere
F. Y. Hafeez, S. Hameed, M. S. Mirza, F. Mubeen, S. Yasmin, A. Aslam, M. Gull, K. A. Malik

59. Role of Nature’s Fertility Partners with Crop Protectants for Sustainable Agriculture
F. Mubeen, A. Aslam, V. Radl, M. Schloter, K. A. Malik, F. Y. Hafeez

60. Characterization of Bradyrhizobia Isolated from Root Nodules of Cytisus triflorus in the Rif Occidental of Morocco
R. Chahboune, M. R. Akhal, A. Arakrak, M. Bakkali, A. Laglaoui, J. J. Pueyo, S. Barrijal

61. Diversity of Rhizobia Isolated from Nodules of Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) in Morocco
M. R. El Akhal, A. Rincón, F. Arenal, A. Laglaoui, N. El Mourabit, J. J. Pueyo, S. Barrijal

62. Diversity of Rhizobia that Nodulate Colutea arborescens Isolated from Different Soils of Morocco
O. Mohamed, H. Benata, H. Abdelmoumen, M. Amar, M. M. El Idrissi

63. Diversity of Rhizobia that Nodulate two Mediterranean Legumes, Adenocarpus decorticans and Retama menosperma
H. Abdelmoumen, M. Neyra, R. T. Samba, M. M. El Idrissi

64. Response of Common Bean and Fababean to Effective Nodulation in Salt- and Drought-Stressed Areas Around the Nile Delta
Y. Yanni, M. Zidan, R. Rizk, A. Mehesen, F. A. El-Fattah, H. Hamisa

65. Nod-Factor Perception in Medicago truncatula
J. Cullimore, B. Lefebvre, J. F. Arrighi, C. Gough, A. Barre, J. J. Bono, P. Rougé, E. Samain, H. Driguez, A. Imberty, A. Untergasser, R. Geurts, T. W. J. Gadella, J. Cañada, J. Jimenez-Barbero

66. Nodulation Control in Legumes
P. M. Gresshoff, A. Indrasumunar, S. Nontachaiyapoom, M. Kinkema, Y. -H. Lin, Q. Jiang, D. X. Li, A. Miyahara, C. Nguyen, D. Buzas, B. Biswas, P. K. Chan, P. Scott, T. Hirani, M. Miyagi, M. Djordjevic, B. J. Carroll, A. Men, A. Kereszt

67. Bacteroid Differentiation is Linked to Evolution of High Diversity of Secreted Peptides in the Host Plant
E. Kondorosi, B. Alunni, Z. Kevei, N. Maunoury, W. Velde, M. R. Nieto, P. Mergaert, A. Kondorosi

68. Functional Genomics of Soybean Root-Hair Infection
G. Stacey, L. Brechenmacher, M. Libault, S. Sachdev

69. Regulation of Nodule Organogenesis by Auxin Transport and Flavonoids
G. E. Noorden, A. P. Wasson, F. I. Pellerone, J. Prayitno, B. G. Rolfe, U. Mathesius

70. Legume Agp-Extensins in Rhizobium Infection
N. Brewin, A. Khodorenko, V. E. Tsyganov, A. Y. Borisov, I. A. Tikhonovich, E. Rathbun

71. Glycoside Hydrolases from Legumes and Rhizobia at the Symbiotic Interface
C. Staehelin, Y. -J. Dong, Y. Tian, J. -S. Xiong, Z. -P. Xie

72. Transcript Profiling of Nodule Senescence in Medicago truncatula Delineates Distinct Phases and Mechanisms
S. Goormachtig, J. C. P. Guerra, K. D’haeseleer, W. Velde, A. Keyser, M. Holsters

73. Comparison of Leaf Growth of Hypernodulation Soybean Mutants, NOD1-3, NOD2-4 and NOD3-7, with their Parent CV. Williams
S. Ito, N. Ohtake, K. Sueyoshi, T. Ohyama

74. Actinorhizal Nodules and Gene Expression
V. Hocher, B. Péret, L. Laplaze, F. Auguy, H. Gherbi, S. Svistoonoff, C. Franche, D. Bogusz

75. Characterization of Glutathione S-Transferases from Legume Root Nodules
D. A. Dalton, J. Scott, L. Jelinek, Z. Turner

76. Overexpression of Flavodoxin in Alfalfa Nodules Leads to Delayed Senescence and High Starch Accumulation
T. C. Peña, F. J. Redondo, M. M. Lucas, J. J. Pueyo

77. Effects of the Overexpression of a Soybean Cytosolic Glutamine Synthetase Gene (GS15) Linked to Organ-Specific Promoters on Growth and Nitrogen Accumulation of Pea Plants
J. K. Vessey, H. Fei, S. Chaillou, B. Hirel, P. Polowick, J. D. Mahon

78. Role of PEPc Isoforms in Phosphate-Deficient Nodules
A. Kleinert, M. Venter, J. Kossmann, A. J. Valentine

79. Over-Expression of the Class 1 Hemoglobin Gene Contributes to Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation
T. Uchmmi, F. Sasakura, M. Nagata, Y. Shimoda, A. Suzuki, K. Kucho, T. Sano, S. Higashi, M. Abe

80. Structural and Comparative Genome Analysis of Lotus japonicus
S. Sato, T. Kaneko, Y. Nakamura, E. Asamizu, T. Kato, S. Tabata

II. Nodule Organogenesis and Plant Genomics

81. Novel Symbiotic Regulatory Genes Identified by Transcriptomics in Medicago truncatula
J. -P. Combier, T. Vernie, S. Moreau, T. Ott, L. Godiard, A. Niebel, P. Gamas

82. Genome Synteny of Pea and Model Legumes: From Mutation through Genetic Mapping to the Genes
V. A. Zhukov, A. Y. Borisov, E. V. Kuznetsova, L. H. Madsen, M. D. Moffet, E. S. Ovchinnikova, A. G. Pinaev, S. Radutoiu, S. M. Rozov, T. S. Rychagova, O. Y. Shtark, V. E. Tsyganov, V. A. Voroshilova, J. Stougaard, N. F. Weeden, I. A. Tikhonovich

83. The Medicago truncatula lin Mutant: Caught by Map-Based Cloning, Characterised by Transcriptomics
G. Endre, E. Kiss, A. Borbola, H. Tiricz, A. Lozsa, B. Olah, K. Kuppusamy, N. Sharopova, K. A. VandenBosch

84. Proteomic Analysis of Secreted Proteins of Glycine max and Medicago spp.
M. A. Djordjevic, M. Oakes, L. Kusumawati, C. Hocart, C. McKinlay, C. -H. Hwang, D. Li, P. M. Gresshoff

II. Nodule Organogenesis and Plant Genomics

85. Proteomic and Transcriptomic Approaches to Study Global Genome Expression in Rhizobium etli and Sinorhizobium meliloti
S. Encarnación, E. Salazar, G. Martínez, M. Hernández, A. Reyes, M. del C. Vargas, S. Contreras, M. Elizalde, R. Noguez, N. Meneses, O. Bueno, R. Sánchez, Y. Mora, J. Mora

86. Control and Action of the Transcriptional Regulator TtsI of Rhizobium sp. NGR234
R. Wassem, K. Kambara, H. Kobayashi, W. J. Broughton, W. J. Deakin

87. Symbiotic Roles and Transcriptional Analysis of the Type III Secretion System in Mesorhizobium loti
S. Okazaki, S. Okabe, S. Zehner, M. Göttfert, K. Saeki

88. Toxin-Antitoxin Modules and Symbiosis
M. Bodogai, Sz. Ferenczi, S. P. Miclea, P. Papp, I. Dusha

89. Comparative Analysis of ArgC Protein Expression in Rhizobium Species
M. del C. Vargas, M. A. Villalobos, R. Díaz, M. A. Flores, S. Contreras, S. Encarnación, Y. Mora, M. F. Dunn, L. Girard, J. Mora

90. Genistein-Dependent Regulatory Circuits in Bradyrhizobium japonicum
K. Lang, A. Lindemann, F. Hauser, H. Hennecke, S. Zehner, M. Göttfert

91. Rhizobium leguminosarum Modification of Its Lipopoly-Saccharide During Symbiotic Bacteroid Development
E. L. Kannenberg, T. Härtner, L. S. Forsberg, R. W. Carlson

92. Altered Formations of Special Eubacterial Membrane Lipids Affect Bacterial Interactions with Eukaryotic Hosts
O. Geiger, I. M. López-Lara, C. Sohlenkamp

93. Rhizobium leguminosarum bv viciae Strain LC-31: Analysis of Novel Bacteriocin and ACC Deaminase Gene(s)
F. Y. Hafeez, Z. Hassan, F. Naeem, A. Bashir, A. Kiran, S. A. Khan, K. A. Malik

94. Infection of Legumes by Beta-Rhizobia
E. K. James, G. N. Elliott, W. -M. Chen, C. Bontemps, J. P. W. Young, S. M. Faria, F. B. Reis, M. F. Simon, E. Gross, M. F. Loureiro, V. M. Reis, L. Perin, R. M. Boddey, C. E. Hughes, L. Moulin, A. R. Prescott, J. I. Sprent

95. In Search of Beta-Rhizobia: Exploring the Symbionts of Mimosa in Brazil
C. Bontemps, G. Elliott, E. James, J. Sprent, M. Simon, C. Hughes, J. P. W. Young

96. Effect of Phosphoglycerate Mutase Deficiency on the Free-Living and Symbiotic Life of Burkholderia phymatum
S. -Y. Sheu, D. -S. Sheu, C. -Z. Ke, K. -Y. Lin, J. -H. Chou, J. Prell, E. K. James, G. N. Elliott, J. I. Sprent, W. -M. Chen

97. Living Large: Elucidation of the Frankia EAN1pec Genome Sequence Shows Gene Expansion and Metabolic Versatility
L. S. Tisa, D. R. Benson, G. B. Smejkal, P. Lapierre, J. P. Gogarten, P. Normand, M. P. Francino, P. Richardson

II. Nodule Organogenesis and Plant Genomics

98. Phosphate-Dependent Gene Expression in Free-Living and Symbiotic Sinorhizobium meliloti
R. Zaheer, Z. Yuan, R. Morton, T. M. Finan

99. Characterization of Bradyrhizobium elkanii Type III Secretion System
S. Okazaki, S. Zehner, K. Lang, M. Göttfert

100. Search for Nodulation Gene Inducer for Mesorhizobium loti Secreted from Roots of Lotus corniculatus
K. Kojima, T. Yokoyama, M. Itakura, K. Minamisawa, Y. Arima

101. Identification of BetX, a Periplasmic Protein Involved in Binding and Uptake of Proline Betaine and Glycine Betaine in Sinorhizobium meliloti
B. Sagot, G. Alloing, D. Hérouart, D. Rudulier, L. Dupont

102. H2O2 is Required for Optimal Infection-Thread Formation During Sinorhizobium meliloti Symbiosis
A. Jamet, K. Mandon, A. Chéron, C. Coste-Maehrel, D. Rudulier, F. Barloy-Hubler, A. Puppo, D. Hérouart

103. Molecular Approaches for the Characterization of Bradyrhizobium Strains
S. B. Campos, A. Giongo, A. Ambrosini, A. Beneduzi, N. Cobalchini, M. H. Bodanese-Zanettini, L. M. P. Passaglia

104. Genotypic and Phenotypic Variations Among Rhizobia Nodulating Red Clover in Soils of Northern Scandinavia
S. Duodu, G. Carlsson, K. Huss-Danell, M. M. Svenning

105. NH4+ Nutrition Affects the Photosynthetic and Respiratory C Sinks in the Dual Symbiosis of a Mycorrhizal Legume
P. E. Mortimer, M. A. Pérez-Fernández, A. J. Valentine

106. The Effect of P Nutrition on AM Colonization, Nodule Development and the N and C Metabolism of Phaseous vulgaris
P. E. Mortimer, M. A. Pérez-Fernández, A. J. Valentine

107. Effects of Al3+ Toxicity on Photosynthetic and Respiratory Responses of Phaseolus vulgaris under P Deficiency
R. Hugo, M. A. Perez-Fernandez, A. J. Valentine

108. Assimilate Allocation Between the Organic Acid and Amino Acid Pools in Lupinus angustifolius under P Stress
M. R. Roux, S. Khan, A. J. Valentine

109. African Species Belonging to the Tribe Psoraleeae Produce Ureides, a Symbiotic Trait Characteristic of the Phaseoleae
S. Kanu, S. B. Chimpango, J. Sprent, F. D. Dakora

110. New Look at Old Root-Nodule Bacteria: Molecular Techniques Uncover Novel Isolates
J. K. Ardley, R. J. Yates, K. Nandasena, W. G. Reeve, I. J. Law, L. Brau, G. W. O’Hara, J. G. Howieson

111. Characterization of a Novel Non-Rhizobial Symbiont from Cicer arietinum
A. Aslam, K. A. Malik, F. Y. Hafeez

112. Burkholderia tuberum Effectively Nodulates Cyclopia spp., but Not Aspalathus spp.
G. N. Elliott, W. -M. Chen, C. Bontemps, F. D. Dakora, J. P. W. Young, J. I. Sprent, E. K. James

113. Endosymbiosis Formation Between a Nitrogen-Fixing Mix of Bacteria (Xanthomonas sp. + Arthrobacter sp.) and Wheat Root Cells
B. Abbas

III. Microbiology of Nitrogen Fixation

114. Integrating Sinorhizobium meliloti Genomics: An Expression Library of the Genome
A. Cowie, J. Cheng, B. Poduska, A. MacLean, R. Zaheer, R. Morton, T. Finan

115. Full Genome Sequence of Azotobacter vinelandii: Preliminary Analysis
C. Kennedy, D. R. Dean, B. Goodner, B. Goldman, J. Setubal, S. Slater, D. Wood

116. Transcriptional Profile of Bradyrhizobium elkanii Semia 587 in Symbiosis with Soybean (Glycine max L. Merrill) Analyzed by DNA Microarray
J. Marcondes, M. Cantão, L. M. C. Alves, E. G. M. Lemos

117. Chronos, Chairos and Co-Evolution in Rhizobium-Legume Symbioses
K. Lindström

118. Genomics and Evolution of Bacteria: Nodulation, Nitrogen Fixation and the Rest of the Accessory Genome
J. P. W. Young

119. Evolution of Functional Diversity in Nitrogenase Homologs
R. E. Blankenship, J. Raymond, C. Staples, B. Mukhopadhyay

III. Microbiology of Nitrogen Fixation

120. Diversity of Nitrogen Fixing Bacterial Community Assessed by Molecular and Microbiological Techniques
L. F. W. Roesch, R. A. Soares, G. Zanatta, F. A. de O. Camargo, L. M. P. Passaglia

121. Quorum Sensing in Root-Associated and Endopytic Diazotrophs
M. Schmid, M. Rothballer, B. Hai, A. Fekete, X. Li, M. Englmann, M. Frommberger, P. Schmitt-Kopplin, A. Hartmann

122. Characterization of CHSA, a New Gene Controlling the Chemotactic Response in Azospirillum brasilense SP7
R. Carreño-Lopez, A. Sánchez, N. Camargo, C. Elmerich, B. E. Baca

123. Exopolysaccharide Production and Cell Aggregation in Azospirillum brasilense
A. Valverde, S. Castro-Sowinski, A. Lerner, S. Fibach, O. Matan, S. Burdman, Y. Okon

124. Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus Pal5 Strain: Selection and Characterization of Mutants Deficient in Nitrogen-Fixation Ability
H. V. Guedes, L. F. M. Rouws, A. L. M. Oliveira, J. L. Simões-Araújo, K. R. S. Teixeira, J. I. Baldani

III. Microbiology of Nitrogen Fixation

125. The Role of Nif Proteins in Nitrogenase Maturation
L. M. Rubio, J. A. Hernández, B. Soboh, D. Zhao, R. Y. Igarashi, L. Curatti, P. W. Ludden

126. NifB-Dependent “in vitro” Synthesis of the Iron-Molybdenum Cofactor of Nitrogenase
L. Curatti, P. W. Ludden, L. M. Rubio

127. Azotobacter vinelandii Nitrogenase MoFe Protein: Pre-Steady State Spectroscopic Studies of the Metal Cofactors
W. E. Newton, K. Fisher, B. H. Huynh, D. E. Edmondson, P. Tavares, A. S. Pereira, D. J. Lowe

128. The Role of Iron Protein-Nucleotide Interaction and Conformational Change in Nitrogenase Catalysis
J. W. Peters, R. Sarma, D. W. Mulder, H. Tsuruta, R. K. Szilagyi, L. C. Seefeldt

129. The Mechanistic Basis of nif Gene Activation
S. Wigneshweraraj, P. Burrows, D. Bose, W. Cannon, N. Joly, M. Rappas, J. Schumacher, X. Zhang, M. Buck

130. Architecture of s54-Dependent Promoters: Interplay Between CRP-cAMP and PII-NTR Systems Forms a Novel Regulatory Network Between Carbon Metabolism and Nitrogen Assimilation in Escherichia coli
Y. -P. Wang

III. Microbiology of Nitrogen Fixation

131. Signals in the Regulation of Nitrogen Fixation and Ammonium Assimilation in the Photosynthetic Bacterium Rhodospirillum rubrum
A. Jonsson, P. Teixeira, S. Nordlund

132. Defining the Roles PII and AmtB Proteins in the NH4+-Induced Post-Translational Control of Nitrogenase Activity
L. F. Huergo, M. Merrick, L. S. Chubatsu, F. O. Pedrosa, M. B. Steffens, E. M. Souza

133. Metabolic Regulation of Nitrogen Fixation in Rhodospirillum rubrum and Evidence for an Energy-Dependent Ammonium Transport System
H. Wang, A. Norén, S. Nordlund

134. Membrane Sequestration of PII Proteins and Nitrogenase Regulation in Rhodobacter capsulatus
P. -L. Tremblay, T. Drepper, B. Masepohl, P. C. Hallenbeck

135. Molybdenum Regulation of Nitrogen Fixation and Mo-Metabolism in Rhodobacter capsulatus
J. Wiethaus, B. Masepohl

136. Hydrogen Production by Cyanobacteria as a Potential Tool in Energy-Conversion Programmes
H. Bothe, G. Boison, S. Junkermann

137. Regulatory Interactions Involved in Nitrogen Signalling in Cyanobacteria: Partner Swapping and Role of PipX-PII Complexes in Synechococcus sp. PCC 7942
J. Espinosa, M. A. Castells, K. Forchhammer, A. Contreras

138. Intercellular Transfer of Nitrogen in Heterocyst-Forming Cyanobacteria
E. Flores, R. Pernil, V. Mariscal, S. Picossi, A. Herrero

139. Genomics and Systems Biology Analysis of Cyanothece sp. ATCC 51142, a Unicellular, Diazotrophic Cyanobacterium with Robust Metabolic Rhythms
E. A. Welsh, M. Liberton, J. Stockel, H. B. Pakrasi, H. Min, J. Toepel, L. A. Sherman

III. Microbiology of Nitrogen Fixation

140. Sinorhizobium Arboris Genes Are Differentially Expressed under Salt Stress
P. Penttinen, Z. Terefework, L. Paulin, P. Auvinen, D. Greco, K. Lindström

141. Thiol-Redox Potential in Melanin Production and Nitrogen Fixation by Sinorhizobium meliloti
S. Castro-Sowinski, O. Matan, L. Star, Y. Okon

142. Use of Chimeric Proteins to Investigate the Role of the GAF Domain of Herbaspirillum seropedicae NifA in the Response to Fixed Nitrogen
R. A. Monteiro, R. Dixon, R. Little, M. A. S. Oliveira, R. Wassem, M. B. R. Steffens, L. S. Chubatsu, L. U. Rigo, F. O. Pedrosa, E. M. Souza

143. Molecular Characterization of Symbiotic Bacteria Associated with the Pasture Legume Ornithopus sp. Native to Portugal
C. Vicente, M. A. Pérez-Fernández, R. Costa, G. Pereira, N. Simões, M. Tavares-de-Sousa

144. Siderophore Genes in Gram Positive and Gram Negative Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria
A. Giongo, A. Beneduzi, A. Ambrosini, R. Farina, P. B. Costa, S. B. Campos, M. H. Bodanese-Zanettini, L. M. P. Passaglia

145. Genomics and Genetic Transformation in the Unicellular Diazotrophic Cyanobacterium Cyanothece sp. ATCC 51142
H. Min, E. A. Welsh, H. B. Pakrasi, L. A. Sherman

146. Sipa, a Novel Regulator of the Photosynthesis-Related Sensor Histidine Kinase NblS
P. Salinas, D. Ruiz, A. Contreras

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2008
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Natural Sciences
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Ebook
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9781402082528

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