Identification of Ethylene-Mediated Protein Changes during Nodulation in Medicago Truncatula Using Proteome Analysis
Ethylene has been hypothesised to be a regulator of root nodule development in legumes, but its molecular mechanisms of action remain unclear. The skl mutant is an ethylene-insensitive legume mutant showing a hypernodulation phenotype when inoculated with its symbiont Sinorhizobium meliloti. We used the skl mutant to study the ethylene-mediated protein changes during nodule development in Medicago truncatula. We compared the root proteome of the skl mutant to its wild-type in response to the...[Show more]
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