Medicago truncatula Gene Nomenclature

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Catoira, R., Antonius, C., Timmers, J., Maillet, F., Galera, C., Penmetsa, R.V., Cook, D. , Dénarié , J. and Gough, C. 2001 The hcl gene of Medicago truncatula controls Rhizobium induced root hair curling, Development, 128:1507-1518.

Catoira, R., Galera, C., de Billy, F., Penmetsa, V., Journet, E.P., Maillet, F., Rosenberg, C., Cook, D., Gough, C., and Dénarié, J., 2000. Identification of four genes of Medicago truncatula controlling steps in Nod factor transduction. Plant Cell, 12:1647-1665. Article

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Ellis, DR, López-Millán, AF, Grusak, MA (2003) Metal physiology and accumulation in a Medicago truncatula mutant exhibiting an elevated requirement for zinc. New Phytol 158:207-218. Article

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Penmetsa, V., Frugoli, J., Smith, L., Long, S. and Cook, D. (2003) Genetic Evidence For Dual Pathway Control Of Nodule Number In Medicago truncatula, Plant Physiol. Article.

Schnabel, E., Kassaw,T. Smith,L. Marsh, J., Oldroyd ,G., Long ,S. and Frugoli, J. (2011) ROOT DETERMINED NODULATION 1 regulates nodule number in M. truncatula and defines a highly conserved, uncharacterized plant gene family. Plant Physiology, 157: 328-340.Article

Starker, C.G., Parra-Colmenares, A.L., Smith, L., Mitra, R.M. and Long, S.L. (2006) Nitrogen fixation mutants of Medicago truncatula fail to support plant and bacterial symbiotic gene expression  Plant Physiol. 140(2):671-80. Article

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Xi, J., Chen, Y., Nakashima, J., Wang, S., Chen, R. (2013) Medicago truncatula esn1 defines a genetic locus involved in nodule senescence and symbiotic nitrogen fixation. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/MPMI-02-13-0043-R