Local auxin transport regulation in the nascent nodule - an overview in nodulating plants and an investigation into the cytokinin receptor, cre1 - mediated control of auxin transport in medicago truncatula
Legumes form a symbiotic relationship with a group of bacteria, collectively known as rhizobia. The bacterial symbiont fixes atmospheric nitrogen within root nodules, thus providing the host with an assimilative nitrogen source. Nodule formation involves a complex signalling pathway within the legume host. The plant hormone auxin is involved in nodule organogenesis, but how auxin regulates nodulation is still poorly described. Several studies have found increased auxin signalling in nodule...[Show more]
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