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An exploration of the variability of physiological responses to soil drying in relation with C/N balance across three species of the under-utilized genus Vigna
By: J. Guiguitant*, H. Marrou, D. Vile*, T. Sinclair, D. Pradhan, M. Ramirez, M. Ghanem*
Nitrogen-fixation drought tolerance in virginia-type peanut
JOURNAL OF CROP IMPROVEMENT.
By: D. Pradhan, J. Dunne, M. Ramirez & T. Sinclair
2011 journal article
Effects of temperature during soybean seed development on defense-related gene expression and fungal pathogen accumulation
Biotechnology Letters, 33(12), 2397–2404.
By: R. Upchurch & M. Ramirez
Soybean plastidal omega-3 fatty acid desaturase genes GmFAD7 and GmFAD8: Structure and expression
Crop Science, 51(4), 1673–1682.
2010 journal article
Gene expression profiles of soybeans with mid-oleic acid seed phenotype
Journal of the American Oil Chemists Society, 87(8), 857–864.
2005 journal article
Anabaena sp strain PCC 7120 gene devH is required for synthesis of the heterocyst glycolipid layer
Journal of Bacteriology, 187(7), 2326–2331.
By: M. Ramirez, P. Hebbar*, R. Zhou*, C. Wolk* & S. Curtis
1998 journal article
Using spontaneous antibiotic-resistant mutants to assess competitiveness of bradyrhizobial inoculants for nodulation of soybean
Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 44(8), 753–758.
By: M. Ramirez, D. Israel & A. Wollum
1997 journal article
Phenotypic and genotypic diversity of similar serotypes of soybean bradyrhizobia from two soil populations.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 29(9-10), 1539–1545.
By: M. Ramirez, D. Israel & A. Wollum*
Phenotypic characterization of soybean bradyrhizobia in two soils of North Carolina
Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 29(9-10), 1547–1555.
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