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Researchers at CBGP publish in Plant Physiology the identification and characterization of an iron transporter localized in model legume Medicago truncatula symbiotic root nodules. Iron is essential at many steps of symbiotic nitrogen fixation, a key process towards diminishing nitrogen fertilizer use in agriculture.
Arabis alpina is a plant species of the Brassicaceae family that include more than 3,000 different species, among them, some economically important crops such are rape (canola), cabbage, mustard, etc. This study reveals the importance of the epigenome in genome evolution.
The recently created Spain-Portugal Chapter of the Marie Curie Alumni Association met at the Centre for Research of Agricultural Genomics CRAG on January, 26th to 27th. This Chapter is an interactive platform which brings together scientists from the Marie Curie Alumni Association and it is funded by the European Commission.
A novel locus involved in septic shock discovered through genome-wide association studies (GWAS) - Journal of Innate Immunity
Viral epidemics clarified through molecular epidemiology - Clinical Microbiology and Infection
Research assessment based on infrequent achievements - Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology
Exploring the potential of Escherichia coli for biofuel research - Energy & Fuels
Methyl jasmonate tomato seed-priming induces resistance to a fungal infection - Journal of Plant Physiology
Enhanced susceptibility to virus infections mediated by dark-inducible senescence-associated genes - Molecular Plant Pathology
Primary cell walls lignified? Yes, it´s feasible - Journal of Integrative Plant Biology
Gas emissions in a fallow-wheat rotation system under low nitrogen input and conventional tillage - Science of the Total Environment
Epigenomics relevance in shaping up plant genomes - Nature Plants
Similar potassium channels are used by plants and animals to sense the environment - European Journal of Physiology
Population genomics of the legume-Rhizobium leguminosarum symbiosis - Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions
Tomato and Arabidopsis respond differentially to spider mite (Tetranychus urtciae) attack - Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions
The complete genome sequence of an indigenous olive endophyte bacterium, a biocontrol agent - Standards in Genomic Sciences
Centre for Plant Biotechnology and Genomics U.P.M. – I.N.I.A. Parque Científico y Tecnológico de la U.P.M. Campus de Montegancedo