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Identification and analysis of CLE signalling peptides in root and nodule development

Oelkers, Karsten


The hypothesis of the thesis project postulates that CLV3/ESR-like (CLE) signalling peptides are involved in the control of nodule number. At the start of the project, only seven CLE members from legumes had been identified. To characterize CLE domain proteins functionally and to test for their involvement in the autoregulation of nodulation it was necessary to identify more members from this CLE family. More than 100 new CLE signalling peptides were identified in the first part of the project,...[Show more]

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Date published: 2010
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d5fc8001b451
Access Rights: Open Access


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