Local and systemic N signaling are involved in Medicago truncatula preference for the most efficient Sinorhizobium symbiotic partners
Article first published online: 2 MAY 2012
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Volume 195, Issue 2, pages 437–449, July 2012
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Laguerre, G., Heulin-Gotty, K., Brunel, B., Klonowska, A., Le Quéré, A., Tillard, P., Prin, Y., Cleyet-Marel, J.-C. and Lepetit, M. (2012), Local and systemic N signaling are involved in Medicago truncatula preference for the most efficient Sinorhizobium symbiotic partners. New Phytologist, 195: 437–449. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2012.04159.x
- Issue published online: 15 JUN 2012
- Article first published online: 2 MAY 2012
- Received: 5 December 2011, Accepted: 21 March 2012
Fig. S1 Significant correlations between parameters of plant N acquisition, plant biomass, and nodule traits for plants grown under hydro-aeroponic conditions.
Fig. S2 Effect of the bacterial strain on shoot N content in N2-fixing plants submitted to short term local N limitation.
Fig. S3 Split-roots systems.
Fig. S4 Distribution of small and bigger nodules on roots of plants co-infected with RCR2011 and its Fix− mutant strain.
Table S1 Effect of the rhizobial strain on nodule activity, plant N acquisition, biomass partitioning and nodule traits for plants grown under hydro-aeroponic conditions
Table S2 Effect of the rhizobial strain on plant N acquisition, plant biomass partitioning and nodule traits
Table S3 Effect of the Fix+ bacterial strain on responses (N acquisition and plant biomass) of N2-fixing plants to long term local N limitation
Table S4 Effect of the Fix+ bacterial strain in mixed nodule populations on responses (N acquisition and plant biomass) of N2-fixing plants to long-term local N limitation
Table S5 Effect of homogenous co-infection by md4 and RCR2011 of the whole root system on plant and nodule development
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