First genomic analysis of the broad-host-range Rhizobium sp LPU83 strain, a member of the low-genetic diversity Oregon-like Rhizobium sp group

Torres Tejerizo G, Florencia Del Papa M, Draghi W, Lozano M, de los Angeles Giusti M, Martini C, Eugenia Salas M, Salto I, Wibberg D, Szczepanowski R, Weidner S, et al. (2011)
Journal of Biotechnology 155(1): 3-10.

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Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) is the most cultivated forage legume for cattle and animal feeding, occupying about 32 million hectares over the world. Management of the N(2)-fixing symbiosis of this plant to maximize crop production is therefore an important objective. A fundamental constraint to this aim emerges when a moderately low soil pH hampers the establishment of an effective symbiosis with indigenous and/or inoculated rhizobia. Besides the association of alfalfa with Ensifer (Sinorhizobium) meliloti, this legume is able to establish a symbiosis with Ensifer (Sinorhizobium) medicae and with less characterized types of rhizobia, such as the Oregon-like strains, Rhizobium sp. Or191 initially isolated in the USA, and the Rhizobium sp. LPU83 strain, from Argentina. These strains are acid-tolerant, highly competitive for acidic-soil-alfalfa nodulation, but inefficient for biological nitrogen fixation with alfalfa. These features position the Oregon-like rhizobia as strains of potential risk in agricultural soils compared with the efficient symbiont E. meliloti. Moreover, the collected genetic information has revealed that the genomic structure of these rhizobial isolates is complex in terms of sequence similarities shared with other rhizobia. Such a "patched" genetic composition has obviously imposed severe restrictions to the classical taxonomy of these rhizobia. In this work we summarize the accumulated knowledge about the Oregon-like rhizobia and present a phylogenetic analysis based on genome sequence data of Rhizobium sp. LPU83 obtained by a high-throughput sequencing on the Genome Sequencer FLX Titanium platform. The accessibility of the complete genomic sequence will release up more experimental possibilities since this information will then enable biochemical studies as well as proteomics and transcriptomics approaches. (C) 2011 Elsevier B. V. All rights reserved.
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Torres Tejerizo G, Florencia Del Papa M, Draghi W, et al. First genomic analysis of the broad-host-range Rhizobium sp LPU83 strain, a member of the low-genetic diversity Oregon-like Rhizobium sp group. Journal of Biotechnology. 2011;155(1):3-10.
Torres Tejerizo, G., Florencia Del Papa, M., Draghi, W., Lozano, M., de los Angeles Giusti, M., Martini, C., Eugenia Salas, M., et al. (2011). First genomic analysis of the broad-host-range Rhizobium sp LPU83 strain, a member of the low-genetic diversity Oregon-like Rhizobium sp group. Journal of Biotechnology, 155(1), 3-10.
Torres Tejerizo, G., Florencia Del Papa, M., Draghi, W., Lozano, M., de los Angeles Giusti, M., Martini, C., Eugenia Salas, M., Salto, I., Wibberg, D., Szczepanowski, R., et al. (2011). First genomic analysis of the broad-host-range Rhizobium sp LPU83 strain, a member of the low-genetic diversity Oregon-like Rhizobium sp group. Journal of Biotechnology 155, 3-10.
Torres Tejerizo, G., et al., 2011. First genomic analysis of the broad-host-range Rhizobium sp LPU83 strain, a member of the low-genetic diversity Oregon-like Rhizobium sp group. Journal of Biotechnology, 155(1), p 3-10.
G. Torres Tejerizo, et al., “First genomic analysis of the broad-host-range Rhizobium sp LPU83 strain, a member of the low-genetic diversity Oregon-like Rhizobium sp group”, Journal of Biotechnology, vol. 155, 2011, pp. 3-10.
Torres Tejerizo, G., Florencia Del Papa, M., Draghi, W., Lozano, M., de los Angeles Giusti, M., Martini, C., Eugenia Salas, M., Salto, I., Wibberg, D., Szczepanowski, R., Weidner, S., Schlüter, A., Lagares, A., Pistorio, M.: First genomic analysis of the broad-host-range Rhizobium sp LPU83 strain, a member of the low-genetic diversity Oregon-like Rhizobium sp group. Journal of Biotechnology. 155, 3-10 (2011).
Torres Tejerizo, Gonzalo, Florencia Del Papa, Maria, Draghi, Walter, Lozano, Mauricio, de los Angeles Giusti, Maria, Martini, Carla, Eugenia Salas, Maria, Salto, Ileana, Wibberg, Daniel, Szczepanowski, Rafael, Weidner, Stefan, Schlüter, Andreas, Lagares, Antonio, and Pistorio, Mariano. “First genomic analysis of the broad-host-range Rhizobium sp LPU83 strain, a member of the low-genetic diversity Oregon-like Rhizobium sp group”. Journal of Biotechnology 155.1 (2011): 3-10.
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