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Elementor #27150

Plant endosymbionts defend themselves against the hostile host environment The nitrogen fixing symbiosis of legumes with rhizobium bacteria has a predominant ecological role in the nitrogen cycle and has the potential to provide the nitrogen required for plant growth in agriculture. The host plants allow the nitrogen-fixing rhizobia to colonize the cells of specific symbiotic …

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Elementor #27092

Institute for Integrative Biology of the Cell Temporal compartmentalization of viral infection in bacterial cells Plant endosymbionts defend themselves against the hostile host environment The nitrogen fixing symbiosis of legumes with rhizobium bacteria has a predominant ecological role in the nitrogen cycle and has the potential to provide the nitrogen required for plant growth in …

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