Prevalence of the Rhizobium etli-like allele in genes coding for 16S rRNA among the indigenous rhizobial populations found associated with wild beans from the Southern Andes in Argentina

Aguilar OM, Lopez MV, Riccillo PM, Gonzalez RA, Pagano M, Grasso DH, Pühler A, Favelukes G (1998)
APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY 64(9): 3520-3524.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
A collection of rhizobial isolates from nodules of wild beans, Phaseolus vulgaris var. aborigineus, found growing in virgin lands in 17 geographically separate sites in northwest Argentina was characterized on the basis of host range, growth, hybridization to a nifH probe, analysis of genes coding for 16S rRNA (16S rDNA), DNA fingerprinting, and plasmid profiles. Nodules in field collected wild bean plants were largely dominated by rhizobia carrying the 16S rDNA allele of Rhizobium etli. A similar prevalence of the R. etli allele was observed among rhizobia trapped from nearby soil. Intragroup diversity of wild bean isolates with either R. etli-like or Rhizobium leguminosarum by. phaseoli like alleles was generally found across northwest Argentina. The predominance of the R. etli allele suggests that in this center of origin of P. vulgaris the coevolution of Rhizobium spp. and primitive beans has resulted in this preferential symbiotic association.
Erscheinungsjahr
1998
Zeitschriftentitel
APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
Band
64
Ausgabe
9
Seite(n)
3520-3524
ISSN
0099-2240
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1624834

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Aguilar OM, Lopez MV, Riccillo PM, et al. Prevalence of the Rhizobium etli-like allele in genes coding for 16S rRNA among the indigenous rhizobial populations found associated with wild beans from the Southern Andes in Argentina. APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY. 1998;64(9):3520-3524.
Aguilar, O. M., Lopez, M. V., Riccillo, P. M., Gonzalez, R. A., Pagano, M., Grasso, D. H., Pühler, A., et al. (1998). Prevalence of the Rhizobium etli-like allele in genes coding for 16S rRNA among the indigenous rhizobial populations found associated with wild beans from the Southern Andes in Argentina. APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, 64(9), 3520-3524.
Aguilar, O. M., Lopez, M. V., Riccillo, P. M., Gonzalez, R. A., Pagano, M., Grasso, D. H., Pühler, A., and Favelukes, G. (1998). Prevalence of the Rhizobium etli-like allele in genes coding for 16S rRNA among the indigenous rhizobial populations found associated with wild beans from the Southern Andes in Argentina. APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY 64, 3520-3524.
Aguilar, O.M., et al., 1998. Prevalence of the Rhizobium etli-like allele in genes coding for 16S rRNA among the indigenous rhizobial populations found associated with wild beans from the Southern Andes in Argentina. APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, 64(9), p 3520-3524.
O.M. Aguilar, et al., “Prevalence of the Rhizobium etli-like allele in genes coding for 16S rRNA among the indigenous rhizobial populations found associated with wild beans from the Southern Andes in Argentina”, APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, vol. 64, 1998, pp. 3520-3524.
Aguilar, O.M., Lopez, M.V., Riccillo, P.M., Gonzalez, R.A., Pagano, M., Grasso, D.H., Pühler, A., Favelukes, G.: Prevalence of the Rhizobium etli-like allele in genes coding for 16S rRNA among the indigenous rhizobial populations found associated with wild beans from the Southern Andes in Argentina. APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY. 64, 3520-3524 (1998).
Aguilar, OM, Lopez, MV, Riccillo, PM, Gonzalez, RA, Pagano, M, Grasso, DH, Pühler, Alfred, and Favelukes, G. “Prevalence of the Rhizobium etli-like allele in genes coding for 16S rRNA among the indigenous rhizobial populations found associated with wild beans from the Southern Andes in Argentina”. APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY 64.9 (1998): 3520-3524.

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