By M. Galimand, C. Vieille, B. Perroud, I. Onyeocha, C. Elmerich (auth.), Prof. Dr. Walter Klingmüller (eds.)
th th On June 17 and 18 1987 the fourth workshop on "Azospi rillum: Genetics, body structure, Ecology" came about on the Uni ver sity of Bayreuth, West Germany, geared up through the Genetics leave ment. there have been approximately eighty contributors, who got here from German learn associations, from different ecu international locations, from Is rael, Egypt, India, North Vietnam, and North and South the US. the previous workshops had additionally taken position in Bayreuth, in 1981, 1983 and 1985, accordingly the organizers may possibly draw at the event received at those previous workshops. Azospirilla have, in the past 15 years, came upon an ever expanding clinical curiosity simply because, first, those soil bacte ria hold the genetic details for binding molecular nitrogen from the air and, moment, they dwell in shut neighborhood to the roots of grain vegetation and forage grasses. by means of exploitation of those houses, it's was hoping to strengthen inoculation tactics which might be utilized in nitrogen-deficient soils.
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H brasilense wild type 29710 (A) and mutant Nif27 (B). The arrows show the two bands of the wildtype iron protein (doublet), which are missing in the mutant. The two strong bands of 36 kdal and 39 kdal precipitated from the wild type strain (fig. 1, lane A) represent the iron protein of A. brasilense (14, 15). These two bands were missing completely in the crude extracts prepared from ammonium grown cultures. It is clear from fig. 1 (lane B) that mutant Nif27 lacks the iron protein of nitrogenase.
Proe. Natl. Aead. Sei. USA 77, 191-195. 23. Jones. R. , Woodly, P. and Robson, R. (1984) . Molee. Gen. Genet. 197, 318-327. 24. , and Dean, D. 25. , Humphrey, R. , Brigle,K. (1986). Molee. Gen. Genet. 205, 318-325. Kranz, R. and Haselkorn, R. (1985). Molee. Gen. Genet. 201, 363-369. 26. , Ditta, G. R. (1982) J. Baeteriol. 149, 221-228. 27. , Sundaresan, V. M. ~, 551-559. (1982). Cell A TN5 INOUCEO NIFA LIKE MUTANT OF AZOSPIRILLUM BRASILENSE M. Singh* and W. Klingmüller** Max-Planck-Institut für Züchtungsforschung, 0-5000 Köln 30* and Lehrstuhl für Genetik, Universität Bayreuth, 0-8580 Bayreuth ** , FRG Summary: Using the suicide vector pGS9, transposon Tni mutagensis was employed to isolate three Nif--mutants of A.
Azospirillum IV: Genetics · Physiology · Ecology Proceedings of the Fourth Bayreuth Azospirillum Workshop by M. Galimand, C. Vieille, B. Perroud, I. Onyeocha, C. Elmerich (auth.), Prof. Dr. Walter Klingmüller (eds.)