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Rhizobium type III secretion systems: legume charmers or alarmers?
|Published in||Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 2001, vol. 4, no. 4, p. 336-342|
|Abstract||Mutagenesis and sequence analyses of rhizobial genomes have revealed the presence of genes encoding type III secretion systems. Considered as a machine used by plant and animal pathogens to deliver virulence factors into their hosts, this secretion apparatus has recently been proven to play a role in symbiotic bacteria–leguminous plant interactions.|
|Keywords||Symbiosis — Pathogen — Avirulence — Nodulation — Rhc — Legumes — Hrp — Avr — Yop — Nop — Ecology — Genetics — Microbiology — Plant biology|
|MARIE, Corinne, BROUGHTON, William John, DEAKIN, William James. Rhizobium type III secretion systems: legume charmers or alarmers?. In: Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 2001, vol. 4, n° 4, p. 336-342. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:82388|