Rhizobium-infected Roots of the sickle Mutant

Roots of skl become hyperinfected by rhizobia, resulting in about a ten-fold increase in nodule number. Here, an infected root is depicted, showing rhizobial infections proliferating in the cortex (in blue) .

 

Figure courtesy of Doug Cook and Varma Penmetsa.

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