Adaptive and progressive evolution of plant-microbe symbiosis

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In N2-fixing symbionts of leguminous plants (rhizobia) evolution of the host-beneficial (“altruistic”) traits occurs in populations colonizing the subcellular compartments in nodules (infection threads, symbiosomes). These compartments are developed as a result of partners’ coevolution related to complications of trophic and regulatory interactions elevating the ecological efficiency of symbiosis. Their analysis enables us to study correlations between genetic mechanisms of adaptive and progressive symbiosis evolution which remain obscure in free-living organisms

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Nikolay Aleksandrovich Provorov

All-Russia Research Institute for Agricultural Microbiology

Email: provorov@newmail.ru
Deputy Director in Research, Doctor of Biological Sciences

Nikolay Ivanovich Vorobyev

All-Russia Research Institute for Agricultural Microbiology

Email: vorobyov@arriam.spb.ru
Candidate of Technical Sciences. Head of the Group of Bioinformatics and Mathematical Simulation

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