Volume 22



pages 101-103



LaRue, T.A.


Boyce Thompson Institute

Ithaca, NY 14853-1801, USA


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Gloudemans, Т., T.V. Bhuvaneswari, M. Moerman, T. van Brussel, A. van Kammen and T. Bisseling. 1989. Involvement of Rhizobium leguminosarum nodulation genes in gene expression in pea root hairs. Plant Mol. Biol. 12: 157-167.

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Fearn, J.C. and T.A. LaRue. 1990. An altered constitutive peptide in sym5 mutants of Pisum sativum L. Plant Mol. Biol. 14: 207-216.

Fearn, J.C. and T.A. LaRue. 1990. A temperature-sensitive nodulation mutant (sym5) of Pisum sativum L. Plant, Cell and Environ. (in press).

Kneen, B.E., T.A. LaRue, R.M. Welch and N.F. Weeden. 1990. Pleiotropic effects of brz. A mutation in Pisum sativum (L.) cv. 'Sparkle' conditioning decreased nodulation and increased iron uptake and leaf necrosis. Plant Physiol. 93: 717-722.


Kneen, B.E., T.A. LaRue, A.M. Hirsch, C.A. Smith and N.F. Weeden. 1990. sym 13 - A gene conditioning ineffective nodulation in Pisum sativum. Plant Physiol. (in press).

Ma, S.-W. and V.N. Iyer. 1990. New field isolates of Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar Viciae that nodulate the primitive pea cultivar Afghanistan in addition to modern cultivars. Appl. Environ. Microbiol 56: 2206-2212.

Ohlendorf, H. and A.M. Martensson. 1990. Studies on the nodulation of strain- specific resistant pea lines using single, mixed and delayed inoculation by Rhizobium leguminosarum. Plant and Soil 121: 235-242.

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Scheres, В., С. van de Wiel, A. Zalensky, B. Horvath, H. Spaink, H. van Eck, F. Zwartkruis, A.-M. Wolters, T. Gloudemans, A. van Kammen and T. Bisseling. 1990. The ENOD12 gene product is involved in the infection process during the pea-rhizobium interaction. Cell 60: 281-294.

Scheres, В., F. van Engelen, E. van der Knaap, С. van de Wiel, A. van Kammen and T. Bisseling. 1990. Sequential induction of nodulin gene expression in the developing pea nodule. Plant Cell 2: 687-700.

van de Wiel, C., B. Scheres, H. Franssen, M.-J. van Lierop, A. van Lammeren, A. van Kammen and T. Bisseling. 1990. The early nodulin transcript ENOD2 is located in the nodule parenchyma (inner cortex) of pea and soybean root nodules. EMBO J. 9: 1-7.

Weeden, N.F., B.E. Kneen and T.A. LaRue. 1990. Genetic analysis of sym genes and other nodule-related genes in Pisum sativum. In: Nitrogen Fixation: Achievements and Objectives. (P.M. Gresshoff, ed.) Chapman and Hall, Lon., N.Y. (in press).