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A molecular toolkit for high-throughput identification of competitive and effective rhizobial strains

Abstract:

Legumes tend to become nodulated by highly competitive but not necessarily effective rhizobial strains, resulting in less optimal plant growth. Research focused on the identification of both competitive and highly effective nitrogen-fixing strains has been limited because, so far, the only way to test competitive rhizobial strains has been to isolate individual strains and compare them one at a time in large-scale plant growth assays.

We have developed a library of novel reporter p...

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Plant Sciences
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266954/399852
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Marcela Mendoza Suarez
Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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