PHYSIOLOGICAL ROLE OF SIGNAL SYSTEMS IN THE FORMATION OF LEGUME-RHIZOBIAL SYMBIOSIS

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Anatoliy Glyanko

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The literary and own data on participation and interrelation bacterial Nod-factor signaling and components calcium, NADPH oxidase and NO synthase signaling systems of a plant on preinfectious and infectious stages of formation of legume- rhizobium symbiosis are generalized. The physiological role of Nod factor, reactive oxygen species (ROS), reactive nitrogen species (RNS), calcium (Ca2+), NADPH-oxidase and nitric oxide (NO) and their cross influence on the processes determining formation of symbiotic structures on roots of the plant-host is considered.

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