Symbiosis and pathogenesis: What determines the difference?

Makoto Hayashi Recent research interests in our lab include the identification and characterization of genes involved in root nodule symbiosis, as well as those in arbuscular mycorrhiza symbiosis

Makoto Hayashi; Martin Parniske

2014

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  • Symbiosis and pathogenesis: What determines the difference?
  • Makoto Hayashi Recent research interests in our lab include the identification and characterization of genes involved in root nodule symbiosis, as well as those in arbuscular mycorrhiza symbiosis
  • Finding mechanisms for the evolution of nodulation would eventually present the possibility of conferring nitrogen-fixing symbiosis on cereals
  • Martin Parniske is a full professor at the University of Munich, Germany, where his lab studies the molecular interaction between plants and microorganisms
  • Of particular interest are the genetic events underlying the evolution of the nitrogen-fixing root nodule symbiosis with bacteria

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