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New Horizons in Nitrogen Fixation

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Introductory Remarks at the Overview Session
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    Chapter 2 Nitrogenases: Distribution, Composition, Structure and Function
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    Chapter 3 Rhizobium and Legume Nodulation: A Molecular Dialogue
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    Chapter 4 Plant Function in Nodulation and Nitrogen Fixation in Legumes
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    Chapter 5 Organization and Regulation of Nitrogen Fixation Genes
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    Chapter 6 The Role of Respiration in Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation
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    Chapter 7 Evolution since Knoxville: Were Nitrogen-Fixing Organisms Wise to Inhabit Land Plants?
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    Chapter 8 An Integrated, Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding the Chemistry of Nitrogenases
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    Chapter 9 Structures and Functions of the Nitrogenase Proteins
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    Chapter 10 The Crystal Structure of the Nitrogenase MoFe Protein from Clostridium Pasteurianum
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    Chapter 11 Kinetics and Mechanism of Nitrogenase — A Role for ‘P’ Centres in Dinitrogen Reduction
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    Chapter 12 Nif Gene Products and Their Roles in Nitrogen Fixation
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    Chapter 13 Intermolecular Electron Transfer and Substrate Reduction Properties of MoFe Proteins Altered by Site-Specific Amino Acid Substitution
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    Chapter 14 Use of Fe Protein Altered at Specific Amino Acid Positions to Probe Its Function in Nitrogenase Catalysis
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    Chapter 15 Metal Regulation of Nitrogenases and Molybdenum Transport in Azotobacter Vinelandii
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    Chapter 16 Regulatory Role of Molecular Chaperones in Nitrogenase Biogenesis
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    Chapter 17 Nod Factors from Rhizobium Fredii USDA257
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    Chapter 18 The Sulfate Group on the Reducing End Protects Nod Signals of R . Meliloti Against Hydrolysis by Medicago Chitinases
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    Chapter 19 The Function of the Rhizobial NodABC and NodFEL Operons in the Biosynthesis of Lipo-Oligosaccharides
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    Chapter 20 Chemical Signaling of Rhizobium Nodulating Bean
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    Chapter 21 Bradyrhizobium Japonicum Strains Produce Multiple 2–0-Methylfucose-containing Lipo-Oligosaccharide Nodulation Signals
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    Chapter 22 Nod Genes and Nod Factors of Rhizobium Species NGR234
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    Chapter 23 Nod Factor Production by Azorhizobium Caulinodans Strain ORS571
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    Chapter 24 Signals Released from Alfalfa Regulate Microbial Activities in the Rhizosphere
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    Chapter 25 Exopolysaccharides and Rhizobium Meliloti -Alfalfa Interactions
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    Chapter 26 The Role of Rhizobium Meliloti Surface Polysaccharides in Nodule Development
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    Chapter 27 Rhizobium Leguminosarum CE3 Lipopolysaccharide Structure Required in Symbiosis with Bean
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    Chapter 28 Pea Nod - Mutants and Nod Factor Perception
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    Chapter 29 Biogenesis of Peribacteroid Membrane (PBM) Forming a Subcellular Compartment Essential for Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation
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    Chapter 30 Characterization of GmENOD40, a Gene Expressed in Soybean Nodule Primordia
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    Chapter 31 Expression of the Medicago Truncatula ENOD 12 Gene in Response to R. Meliloti Nod Factors and during Spontaneous Nodulation in Transgenic Alfalfa
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    Chapter 32 Molecular Interactions during Nodule Development
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    Chapter 33 Nodule Morphogenesis in the Absence of Rhizobium
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    Chapter 34 Ethylene and Nodulation
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    Chapter 35 Differential Gene Expression in the Development of Actinorhizal Root Nodules
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    Chapter 36 A Cyanobacterial-Plant Endosymbiosis: Aspects of Its Establishment
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    Chapter 37 Potential Targets and Pathways for Rhizobium ’s Mitogenic Stimulus
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    Chapter 38 Molecular Analysis of Components Responsible for Protection of Azotobacter Nitrogenase from Oxygen Damage
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    Chapter 39 The Regulation of Oxygen and Its Role in Regulating Nodule Metabolism
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    Chapter 40 In Vivo and in Vitro Oxygen Control of Nitrogen Fixation Gene Expression in Rhizobium Meliloti
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    Chapter 41 Oxygen Sensing by the Rhizobium Meliloti Two-Component Regulatory System, Fixlj
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    Chapter 42 Two Oxygen-Responsive Regulatory Cascades Control Nitrogen Fixation Genes in Bradyrhizobium Japonicum
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    Chapter 43 Heterocyst Differentiation and Nitrogen Fixation in the Cyanobacterium Anabaena
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    Chapter 44 Regulation of NifA Synthesis and Activity in Azospirillum Brasilense Sp7
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    Chapter 45 The nifL Gene of Azotobacter vinelandii : Novel Features of Sequence, Expression and Mutant Phenotypes
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    Chapter 46 A Maltose-Binding Protein-NIFA (MBP-NIFA) Fusion Activates Transcription from the Klebsiella Pneumoniae nifH Promoter in a Purified System: Stimulation by IHF
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    Chapter 47 Carbon and Nitrogen Metabolism in Rhizobium
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    Chapter 48 Succinate Metabolism in Rhizobium Meliloti
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    Chapter 49 Diversion of Carbon to Polysaccharide Synthesis by Bradyrhizobium Japonicum and B . Elkanii Bacteroids
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    Chapter 50 Molecular Control of Alfalfa Nodule NADH-glutamate Synthase: A Key for Nitrogen Assimilation
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    Chapter 51 Rearrangement of nif Operons in Cyanobacterial Heterocysts
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    Chapter 52 Gene Amplification in Rhizobium
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    Chapter 53 Molecular Phylogeny of Rhizobia and Their Relatives
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    Chapter 54 The Prospects of Increasing the Input of Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Agriculture
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    Chapter 55 Endophytic Diazotrophs in Sugar Cane, Cereals and Tuber Plants
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    Chapter 56 Prospects and Problems of Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Rice Production: A Critical Assessment
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    Chapter 57 Diversity of Photosynthetic Bradyrhizobium Strains from Stem Nodules of Aeschynomene Species
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    Chapter 58 Capacities of Azoarcus Sp., a New Genus of Grass-Associated Diazotrophs
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    Chapter 59 Field Testing of Genetically Engineered Rhizobia
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    Chapter 60 Mechanism of Nitrogenase Catalysis
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    Chapter 61 Extension of Nitrogen Fixation to Other Crops
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    Chapter 62 Regeneration and Transformation of Legumes
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    Chapter 63 Competitiveness of Rhizobium Strains for Nodule Occupancy
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    Chapter 64 Report from the Taxonomy Meeting, Subcommittee on Agrobacterium and Rhizobium
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Title
New Horizons in Nitrogen Fixation
Published by
Springer Science & Business Media, June 2013
DOI 10.1007/978-94-017-2416-6
ISBNs
978-9-40-172416-6, 978-9-04-814255-2
Editors

Palacios, Rafael, Mora, Jaime, Newton, William E.

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Country Count As %
Unknown 6 100%

Demographic breakdown

Readers by professional status Count As %
Professor 2 33%
Student > Ph. D. Student 2 33%
Student > Master 1 17%
Student > Doctoral Student 1 17%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Agricultural and Biological Sciences 5 83%
Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology 1 17%