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Muglia, C., G. Comai, E. Spegazzini, P.M. Riccillo, and O. M. Aguilar. 2008. Bacterial glutathione is important to prevent early senescence in common bean nodules. FEMS Microbiology  Letters, 256:191-198. 

Peltzer, N., Roques, N., Poinsot, V., Aguilar, O.M., Batut, J. and Capela, C. 2008.  Auxotrophy of Sinorhizobium meliloti mutants in the branched chain amino acid biosynthesis pathway accounts for their nodulation defect on alfalfa. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions 21:1232-1241. 

Peltzer-Meschini, E., F. A. Blanco, M. E. Zanetti, M. P. Beker, H. Küster, A. Pühler, and O. Mario Aguilar. 2008. Host genes involved in nodulation preference in common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris)-Rhizobium etli symbiosis revealed by suppressive subtractive hybridization. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions, 21:459-468.

Chapter of book: “La interacción Phaseolus vulgaris (poroto)-rizobios: Una visión desde los dos simbiontes”  O. Mario Aguilar, M.P. Beker, E. Peltzer, M.E. Zanetti, y F. Blanco

En: De la Biologia del Suelo a la Agricultura, 2007. Eds. A. Thuar, F. Cassan y C. Olmedo, Univ. Nac. de Rio Cuarto ISBN 978-950-665-439-9- 

Alippi, A.M., A.C. López, F.J. Reynaldi, D.H. Grasso, and O.M. Aguilar. 2007. Evidence for plasmid-mediated tetracycline resistance in Paenibacillus larvae, the causal agent of a honey bee larval disease. Veterinary Microbiology 153:290-303.

Muglia, C., D.H. Grasso, and O.M. Aguilar. 2007. Rhizobium tropici response to acidity involves activation of glutathione synthesis. Microbiology, 153:1286-1296.

Taurian, T., F.Ibánez, A. Fabra, and O.M. Aguilar. 2006. Genetic diversity of rhizobia nodulating Arachis hypogea L. in central Argentinean soils. Plant and Soil 282:41-52.

 

Aguilar, O.M., López, M.V. Donato, M., Morón, B., Soria-Diaz, M.E., Clemente Mateos, C., Gil-Serrano, A., Sousa, C. and Megías, M. 2006. Phylogeny and nodulation signal molecule of rhizobial populations able to nodulate common beans -other than the predominant species Rhizobium etli- present in soils from the Northwest of Argentina. Soil Biology and Biochemisty, 38:573-586.

Collavino, M.M., Riccillo, P.M., Grasso, D.H., Crespi, M., and Aguilar, O.M. 2005. Rhizobium tropici GuaB activity is required during the early stages of nodulation of host plants with determinate nodules but dispensable for the Sinorhizobium meliloti-alfalfa symbiotic interaction. Molecular Plant Microbe Interaction 18:742-750.

Harrison, J., Jamet, A., Muglia, C.I., Van de Sype, G., Aguilar, O.M., Puppo, A., and Frendo, P. 2005. Glutathione plays a fundamental role in growth and symbiotic capacity of Sinorhizobium meliloti. Journal of Bacteriology 187:168-174

Aguilar, O.M., O. Riva, and E. Peltzer. Analysis of Rhizobium etli and of its symbiosis with wild Phaseolus vulgaris supports coevolution in centres of host diversification. 2004. Proceeding National. Academy of Sciences USA 101:13548-13553.

 

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