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Rhizobium lipopolysaccharide modulates infection thread development in white clover root hairs.

Dazzo FB, Truchet GL, Hollingsworth RI, Hrabak EM, Pankratz HS, Philip-Hollingsworth S, Salzwedel JL, Chapman K, Appenzeller L, Squartini A, et al.

J Bacteriol. 1991 Sep;173(17):5371-84.

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Characterization of the anomalous infection and nodulation of subterranean clover roots by Rhizobium leguminosarum 1020.

Hrabak EM, Truchet GL, Dazzo FB, Govers F.

J Gen Microbiol. 1985 Dec;131(12):3287-302.

PMID:
3831234
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Specific phases of root hair attachment in the Rhizobium trifolii-clover symbiosis.

Dazzo FB, Truchet GL, Sherwood JE, Hrabak EM, Abe M, Pankratz SH.

Appl Environ Microbiol. 1984 Dec;48(6):1140-50.

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Development and trifoliin A-binding ability of the capsule of Rhizobium trifolii.

Sherwood JE, Vasse JM, Dazzo FB, Truchet GL.

J Bacteriol. 1984 Jul;159(1):145-52.

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Alteration of the Trifoliin A-Binding Capsule of Rhizobium trifolii 0403 by Enzymes Released from Clover Roots.

Dazzo FB, Truchet GL, Sherwood JE, Hrabak EM, Gardiol AE.

Appl Environ Microbiol. 1982 Aug;44(2):478-90.

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Morphogenesis of lucerne root nodules incited by Rhizobium meliloti in the presence of combined nitrogen.

Truchet GL, Dazzo FB.

Planta. 1982 May;154(4):352-60. doi: 10.1007/BF00393915.

PMID:
24276164

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