Cooperative Action of Rhizobium meliloti Nodulation and Infection Mutants during the Process of Forming Mixed Infected Alfalfa Nodules.

Kapp D, Niehaus K, Quandt J, Muller P, Pühler A (1990)
PLANT CELL 2(2): 139-151.

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Kapp D, Niehaus K, Quandt J, Muller P, Pühler A. Cooperative Action of Rhizobium meliloti Nodulation and Infection Mutants during the Process of Forming Mixed Infected Alfalfa Nodules. PLANT CELL. 1990;2(2):139-151.
Kapp, D., Niehaus, K., Quandt, J., Muller, P., & Pühler, A. (1990). Cooperative Action of Rhizobium meliloti Nodulation and Infection Mutants during the Process of Forming Mixed Infected Alfalfa Nodules. PLANT CELL, 2(2), 139-151.
Kapp, D., Niehaus, K., Quandt, J., Muller, P., and Pühler, A. (1990). Cooperative Action of Rhizobium meliloti Nodulation and Infection Mutants during the Process of Forming Mixed Infected Alfalfa Nodules. PLANT CELL 2, 139-151.
Kapp, D., et al., 1990. Cooperative Action of Rhizobium meliloti Nodulation and Infection Mutants during the Process of Forming Mixed Infected Alfalfa Nodules. PLANT CELL, 2(2), p 139-151.
D. Kapp, et al., “Cooperative Action of Rhizobium meliloti Nodulation and Infection Mutants during the Process of Forming Mixed Infected Alfalfa Nodules.”, PLANT CELL, vol. 2, 1990, pp. 139-151.
Kapp, D., Niehaus, K., Quandt, J., Muller, P., Pühler, A.: Cooperative Action of Rhizobium meliloti Nodulation and Infection Mutants during the Process of Forming Mixed Infected Alfalfa Nodules. PLANT CELL. 2, 139-151 (1990).
Kapp, D, Niehaus, Karsten, Quandt, J, Muller, P, and Pühler, Alfred. “Cooperative Action of Rhizobium meliloti Nodulation and Infection Mutants during the Process of Forming Mixed Infected Alfalfa Nodules.”. PLANT CELL 2.2 (1990): 139-151.
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