Special Issue "Rhizobial Symbiosis in Crop Legumes: Molecular and Cellular Aspects"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 May 2022) | Viewed by 5931
Interests: cell biology of plant–microbe interactions; legume–rhizobial symbiosis; plant–microbe interface
Interests: genetics and cell biology of plant–microbe interactions; legume–rhizobial symbiosis; legume–mycorrhizal symbiosis
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In recent years, sustainable agriculture has been actively developing all over the world, aimed at the production of high-grade, ecologically friendly, and health-improving agricultural products. The widespread use of legumes in sustainable agriculture will increase biological nitrogen fixation, reduce energy costs, improve the physical properties of soil, and increase its biodiversity. In addition, legumes are important food and forage crops, being the main crops in some regions. In recent years, significant progress has been achieved in deciphering the molecular and cellular mechanisms of the development of symbiotic nodules.
We invite you to please share your findings on the molecular and cellular mechanisms of symbiotic nitrogen fixation in crops in this Special Issue. Submissions on the following topics (but not limited to) are invited: (1) omics sciences in the crop symbiotic nitrogen fixation, (2) interactions of macro- and micro-symbionts during the development of the plant–microbe interface, (3) signal transduction during the formation and development of a symbiotic nodule, (4) plant cell reorganization during rhizobia accommodation, and (5) the participation of phytohormones and reactive oxygen species in the formation and development of a symbiotic nodule. Original research papers, methods, reviews, and short communications are also welcome.
Dr. Anna Tsyganova
Dr. Viktor E. Tsyganov
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- Crop legume
- Symbiotic nodule
- Plant-microbe interface
- Infection thread
- Nod factors and receptors
- Signal transduction
- Symbiotic genes
- Reactive oxygen species
- Symbiotic effectiveness