Azospirillum III: Genetics · Physiology · Ecology by R. Fani, M. Bazzicalupo, E. Gallori, L. Turbanti, M.

By R. Fani, M. Bazzicalupo, E. Gallori, L. Turbanti, M. Polsinelli (auth.), Prof. Dr. Walter Klingmüller (eds.)

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The Abr nif genes on pMS175-2 were then mutagenized with Tn1725 directly in MSO-8, a derivative of the mobilizing strain S17-1 (details to be published elsewhere). 0 kb away from the left and the right end of the Abr nif fragmente The exact locations of Tn1725 insertions were mapped (Fig. 2) as described in the previous section. The pMS175-2::Tn1725 derivatives were transferred to A. brasilense wild type strain 29145 rif. The insertion pMS1752::Tn 1725 No. 8 (in nifH) yielded nif- transconjugants.

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