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Biotin Metabolism in M. loti


Symbiotic bacteria, together with Phytopathogenic microbes, are plant-interacting microorganisms of major agronomic importance. Among these, Rhizobia are root-nodule-forming Nitrogen-Fixing Legume Symbionts. These microorganisms, in addition to providing an ideal model for studying plant-microbe interactions, play an important role in global nutrient cycling. In Rhizobium sp. also known as Mesorhizobium sp., the majority of the symbiosis genes are contained on a 500 kb (500 Kilobase) chromosomal genetic element termed a Symbi...




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