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ROOT NODULE SYMBIOSIS I. L: Endophyte of Myrica cerifera1

By Warren S. Silver

Abstract

Silver, Warren S. (University of Florida, Gainesville). Root nodule symbiosis. I. Endophyte of Myrica cerifera. J. Bacteriol. 87:416–421. 1964.—Electron microscopy of 0.1-μ thick sections of root nodules, fixed with permanganate and embedded with methacrylate, showed that infected plant cells were filled with a mycelial endophyte. The endophyte was filamentous, 1 μ in diameter, septate, and had an enlarged, club-shaped terminus. Although structurally the endophyte strongly resembles an actinomycete, it was not isolated in pure culture on a variety of appropriate media

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Year: 1964
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:277024
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