A Geoscientist's Guide to Petrophysics by B. Zinszer, F. Pellerin

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It was recently shown that lupin secretes pyranoisoflavones which inhibit hyphal development in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (Akiyama et al. 2010). There is a large amount of interest in the molecular identification of signaling molecules from fungi to plants that induce symbiosis-specific responses in the host root. These hypothetical compounds are called Myc factors, and the existence of such factors became evident by using an ENOD11-promoter GUS (b-glucuronidase) Root Exudates of Legume Plants and Their Involvement in Interactions with Soil Microbes 37 reporter gene fusion in the roots of M.

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1984; Egelhoff et al. 1985; Egelhoff and Long 1985; Mulligan and Long 1985; Rossen et al. 1985; Fisher and Long 1992). To identify the signaling molecules from plant roots, a nod promoter–LacZ fusion reporter system was employed. With this reporter system, signaling molecules from legume plants were identified to be luteolin from alfalfa (M. sativa), 7,40 -dihydroxyflavone and geraldone from white clover (Trifolium repens), and daidzein and genistein from soybean (G. max) (Peters et al. 1986; Redmond et al.

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