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A catalogue of molecular, physiological and symbiotic properties of soybean-nodulating rhizobial strains from different soybean cropping areas of China

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A catalogue of molecular, physiological and symbiotic properties of soybean-nodulating rhizobial strains from different soybean cropping areas of China. / Thomas-Oates, J ; Bereszczak, J ; Edwards, E ; Gill, A ; Noreen, S ; Zhou, J C ; Chen, M Z ; Miao, L H ; Xie, F L ; Yang, J K ; Zhou, Q ; Yang, S S ; Li, X H ; Wang, L ; Spaink, H P ; Schlaman, H R M ; Harteveld, M ; Diaz, C L ; van Brussel, A A N ; Camacho, M ; Rodriguez-Navarro, D N ; Santamaria, C ; Temprano, E ; Acebes, J M ; Bellogin, R A ; Buendia-Claveria, A M ; Cubo, M T ; Espuny, M R ; Gil, A M ; Gutierrez, R ; Hidalgo, A ; Lopez-Baena, F J ; Madinabeitia, N ; Medina, C ; Ollero, F J ; Vinardell, J M ; Ruiz-Sainz, J E .

In: SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY, Vol. 26, No. 3, 09.2003, p. 453-465.

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Thomas-Oates, J, Bereszczak, J, Edwards, E, Gill, A, Noreen, S, Zhou, JC, Chen, MZ, Miao, LH, Xie, FL, Yang, JK, Zhou, Q, Yang, SS, Li, XH, Wang, L, Spaink, HP, Schlaman, HRM, Harteveld, M, Diaz, CL, van Brussel, AAN, Camacho, M, Rodriguez-Navarro, DN, Santamaria, C, Temprano, E, Acebes, JM, Bellogin, RA, Buendia-Claveria, AM, Cubo, MT, Espuny, MR, Gil, AM, Gutierrez, R, Hidalgo, A, Lopez-Baena, FJ, Madinabeitia, N, Medina, C, Ollero, FJ, Vinardell, JM & Ruiz-Sainz, JE 2003, 'A catalogue of molecular, physiological and symbiotic properties of soybean-nodulating rhizobial strains from different soybean cropping areas of China', SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY, vol. 26, no. 3, pp. 453-465.

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Thomas-Oates, J., Bereszczak, J., Edwards, E., Gill, A., Noreen, S., Zhou, J. C., ... Ruiz-Sainz, J. E. (2003). A catalogue of molecular, physiological and symbiotic properties of soybean-nodulating rhizobial strains from different soybean cropping areas of China. SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY, 26(3), 453-465.

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Thomas-Oates J, Bereszczak J, Edwards E, Gill A, Noreen S, Zhou JC et al. A catalogue of molecular, physiological and symbiotic properties of soybean-nodulating rhizobial strains from different soybean cropping areas of China. SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY. 2003 Sep;26(3):453-465.

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Thomas-Oates, J ; Bereszczak, J ; Edwards, E ; Gill, A ; Noreen, S ; Zhou, J C ; Chen, M Z ; Miao, L H ; Xie, F L ; Yang, J K ; Zhou, Q ; Yang, S S ; Li, X H ; Wang, L ; Spaink, H P ; Schlaman, H R M ; Harteveld, M ; Diaz, C L ; van Brussel, A A N ; Camacho, M ; Rodriguez-Navarro, D N ; Santamaria, C ; Temprano, E ; Acebes, J M ; Bellogin, R A ; Buendia-Claveria, A M ; Cubo, M T ; Espuny, M R ; Gil, A M ; Gutierrez, R ; Hidalgo, A ; Lopez-Baena, F J ; Madinabeitia, N ; Medina, C ; Ollero, F J ; Vinardell, J M ; Ruiz-Sainz, J E . / A catalogue of molecular, physiological and symbiotic properties of soybean-nodulating rhizobial strains from different soybean cropping areas of China. In: SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY. 2003 ; Vol. 26, No. 3. pp. 453-465.

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title = "A catalogue of molecular, physiological and symbiotic properties of soybean-nodulating rhizobial strains from different soybean cropping areas of China",
abstract = "We have analysed 198 fast-growing soybean-nodulating rhizobial strains from four different regions of China for the following characteristics: generation time; number of plasmids; lipopolysaccharide (LPS), nodulation factors (LCOs) and PCR profiles; acidification of growth medium; capacity to grow at acid, neutral, and alkaline PH; growth on LC medium; growth at 28 and 37 degreesC; melanin production capacity; Congo red absorption and symbiotic characteristics. These unbiased analyses of a total subset of strains isolated from specific soybean-cropping areas (an approach which could be called {"}strainomics{"}) can be used to answer various biological questions. We illustrate this by a comparison of the molecular characteristics of five strains with interesting symbiotic properties. From this comparison we conclude, for instance, that differences in the efficiency of nitrogen fixation or competitiveness for nodulation of these strains are not apparently related to differences in Nod factor structure.",
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T1 - A catalogue of molecular, physiological and symbiotic properties of soybean-nodulating rhizobial strains from different soybean cropping areas of China

AU - Thomas-Oates, J

AU - Bereszczak, J

AU - Edwards, E

AU - Gill, A

AU - Noreen, S

AU - Zhou, J C

AU - Chen, M Z

AU - Miao, L H

AU - Xie, F L

AU - Yang, J K

AU - Zhou, Q

AU - Yang, S S

AU - Li, X H

AU - Wang, L

AU - Spaink, H P

AU - Schlaman, H R M

AU - Harteveld, M

AU - Diaz, C L

AU - van Brussel, A A N

AU - Camacho, M

AU - Rodriguez-Navarro, D N

AU - Santamaria, C

AU - Temprano, E

AU - Acebes, J M

AU - Bellogin, R A

AU - Buendia-Claveria, A M

AU - Cubo, M T

AU - Espuny, M R

AU - Gil, A M

AU - Gutierrez, R

AU - Hidalgo, A

AU - Lopez-Baena, F J

AU - Madinabeitia, N

AU - Medina, C

AU - Ollero, F J

AU - Vinardell, J M

AU - Ruiz-Sainz, J E

PY - 2003/9

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N2 - We have analysed 198 fast-growing soybean-nodulating rhizobial strains from four different regions of China for the following characteristics: generation time; number of plasmids; lipopolysaccharide (LPS), nodulation factors (LCOs) and PCR profiles; acidification of growth medium; capacity to grow at acid, neutral, and alkaline PH; growth on LC medium; growth at 28 and 37 degreesC; melanin production capacity; Congo red absorption and symbiotic characteristics. These unbiased analyses of a total subset of strains isolated from specific soybean-cropping areas (an approach which could be called "strainomics") can be used to answer various biological questions. We illustrate this by a comparison of the molecular characteristics of five strains with interesting symbiotic properties. From this comparison we conclude, for instance, that differences in the efficiency of nitrogen fixation or competitiveness for nodulation of these strains are not apparently related to differences in Nod factor structure.

AB - We have analysed 198 fast-growing soybean-nodulating rhizobial strains from four different regions of China for the following characteristics: generation time; number of plasmids; lipopolysaccharide (LPS), nodulation factors (LCOs) and PCR profiles; acidification of growth medium; capacity to grow at acid, neutral, and alkaline PH; growth on LC medium; growth at 28 and 37 degreesC; melanin production capacity; Congo red absorption and symbiotic characteristics. These unbiased analyses of a total subset of strains isolated from specific soybean-cropping areas (an approach which could be called "strainomics") can be used to answer various biological questions. We illustrate this by a comparison of the molecular characteristics of five strains with interesting symbiotic properties. From this comparison we conclude, for instance, that differences in the efficiency of nitrogen fixation or competitiveness for nodulation of these strains are not apparently related to differences in Nod factor structure.

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KW - plasmid profiles

KW - PCR analyses

KW - symbiotic characteristics

KW - FAST-GROWING RHIZOBIA

KW - SINORHIZOBIUM-FREDII

KW - STRUCTURAL DETERMINATION

KW - LEGUMINOSARUM

KW - IDENTIFICATION

KW - PLASMID

KW - MUTANTS

KW - USDA257

KW - NODULES

KW - NGR234

M3 - Article

VL - 26

SP - 453

EP - 465

JO - SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY

T2 - SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY

JF - SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY

SN - 0723-2020

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