Show simple item record Rispail, Nicolas Webb, K. Judith Nash, Robert J.
dc.contributor.editor Márquez, A. J.
dc.contributor.editor Stougaard, J.
dc.contributor.editor Udvardi, M.
dc.contributor.editor Parniske, M.
dc.contributor.editor Spaink, H.
dc.contributor.editor Saalbach, G.
dc.contributor.editor Webb, J.
dc.contributor.editor Chiurazzi, M.
dc.contributor.editor Márquez, A. J. 2009-09-08T15:21:36Z 2009-09-08T15:21:36Z 2005
dc.identifier.citation Rispail , N , Webb , K J & Nash , R J 2005 , Secondary metabolite profiling method . in A J Márquez , J Stougaard , M Udvardi , M Parniske , H Spaink , G Saalbach , J Webb , M Chiurazzi & A J Márquez (eds) , Lotus Japonicus Handbook . Springer Nature , pp. 341-348 . en
dc.identifier.isbn 978-1-4020-3734-4
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dc.description Rispail, N., Nash, R. J., Webb, K. J. Secondary metabolite profiling method In: Lotus Japonicus Handbook, Márquez, A.J.; Stougaard, J.; Udvardi, M.; Parniske, M.; Spaink, H.; Saalbach, G.; Webb, J.; Chiurazzi, M.; Márquez, A.J. (Eds.), Springer. p.341-348 , 2005. en
dc.description.abstract Legumes are very important plants playing a central role in biological research. They are a key component of sustainable agricultural systems because of symbiotic nitrogen fixation and other beneficial symbiosis with mycorrhizal fungi. Studies on most of the major leguminous crops are hampered by large genome sizes and other disadvantages which have hindered the isolation and characterisation of genes with important roles in legume biology and agriculture. For this reason Lotus japonicus was chosen as a model species for legume research some ten years ago. Since then, many groups around the world have adopted Lotus as a model and have developed numerous resources and protocols to facilitate basic and applied research on this species. This handbook represents the first effort to compile basic descriptions and methods for research in Lotus, including symbiotic processes, cell and molecular biology protocols, functional genomics, mutants, gene tagging and genetic analysis, transformation and reverse genetic analysis, primary and secondary metabolism, and an exhaustive update of the scientific literature available on this plant. en
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dc.language.iso eng
dc.publisher Springer Nature
dc.relation.ispartof Lotus Japonicus Handbook en
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dc.title Secondary metabolite profiling method en
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dc.contributor.institution Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences en

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