Véliz Vallejos, Debora Fabiola
N-acyl homoserine lactones (AHLs) act as quorum sensing signals
that regulate cell-density dependent behaviours in many
gram-negative bacteria, in particular those important for
plant-microbe interactions. AHLs can also be recognised by
plants, and this may influence their interactions with bacteria.
This thesis tested whether the exposure to AHLs affects the
nodule-forming, nitrogen-fixing symbiosis between legume hosts
and rhizobia. It used the legume,...[Show more]
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