Antisense repression of the Medicago truncatula nodule-enhanced sucrose synthase leads to a handicapped nitrogen fixation mirrored by specific alterations in the symbiotic transcriptome and metabolome.

Baier M, Aiko B, Küster H, Hohnjec N (2007)
Plant Physiology 145(4): 1600-1618.

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Baier M, Aiko B, Küster H, Hohnjec N. Antisense repression of the Medicago truncatula nodule-enhanced sucrose synthase leads to a handicapped nitrogen fixation mirrored by specific alterations in the symbiotic transcriptome and metabolome. Plant Physiology. 2007;145(4):1600-1618.
Baier, M., Aiko, B., Küster, H., & Hohnjec, N. (2007). Antisense repression of the Medicago truncatula nodule-enhanced sucrose synthase leads to a handicapped nitrogen fixation mirrored by specific alterations in the symbiotic transcriptome and metabolome. Plant Physiology, 145(4), 1600-1618.
Baier, M., Aiko, B., Küster, H., and Hohnjec, N. (2007). Antisense repression of the Medicago truncatula nodule-enhanced sucrose synthase leads to a handicapped nitrogen fixation mirrored by specific alterations in the symbiotic transcriptome and metabolome. Plant Physiology 145, 1600-1618.
Baier, M., et al., 2007. Antisense repression of the Medicago truncatula nodule-enhanced sucrose synthase leads to a handicapped nitrogen fixation mirrored by specific alterations in the symbiotic transcriptome and metabolome. Plant Physiology, 145(4), p 1600-1618.
M. Baier, et al., “Antisense repression of the Medicago truncatula nodule-enhanced sucrose synthase leads to a handicapped nitrogen fixation mirrored by specific alterations in the symbiotic transcriptome and metabolome.”, Plant Physiology, vol. 145, 2007, pp. 1600-1618.
Baier, M., Aiko, B., Küster, H., Hohnjec, N.: Antisense repression of the Medicago truncatula nodule-enhanced sucrose synthase leads to a handicapped nitrogen fixation mirrored by specific alterations in the symbiotic transcriptome and metabolome. Plant Physiology. 145, 1600-1618 (2007).
Baier, Markus, Aiko, Barsch, Küster, Helge, and Hohnjec, Natalija. “Antisense repression of the Medicago truncatula nodule-enhanced sucrose synthase leads to a handicapped nitrogen fixation mirrored by specific alterations in the symbiotic transcriptome and metabolome.”. Plant Physiology 145.4 (2007): 1600-1618.
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