Conferences

ICNF_logo19th ICNF, Asilomar, Oct 2015

Understanding the role of FixABCX in symbiotic nitrogen fixation by I. Webb, R. Karunakaran, R. Green, E. Barclay, N. Watmough and P. S. Poole


Poster at Food Forum, Oxford, May 2015

Beating rhizobial ineffectiveness by M. A. Mendoza-Suarez, B. A. Geddes, C. Sánchez-Cañizares & P. S. Poole


Posters presented at 11th ENFC in Tenerife, Spain 2014general-floating-menu-logo-regular

Non-invasive, real-time mapping of metabolite secretion from roots of Vicia hirsuta during nodule formation using Lux biosensors by A. K. East, M. A. Mendoza-Suárez, R. Karunakaran, C. Appia-Ayme & P. S. Poole

Synthesis and catabolism of a specialised carbon source to engineer a synthetic symbiosis between bacteria and non-legume plants by B. A. Geddes & P. S. Poole

The phosphotransferase system PTSNtr as the central regulator of ATP-dependent transporters by C. Sánchez-Cañizares, J. Prell, R. Karunakaran & P. Poole

EcfE, a master regulator of pea root attachment and colonization of Rhizobium leguminosarum bv viciae 3841 by Vinoy K. Ramachandran, E. Balsanelli, A. K. East, A. McNally, K. Ramakrishnan & P. S. Poole

Understanding the role of FixABCX in nitrogen fixation in the Rhizobium leguminosarum symbiosis by I. Webb, R. Green, E. Barclay, N. Watmough & P. Poole

Metagenomic analysis of the influence of the Medicago common symbiotic pathway on the rhizosphere microbiome by A. Tkacz & P. S. Poole


10th ENFC in Munich, Germany 2012

Divalent Metal Transport Systems Required by Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viciae by G. Hood, J. A. Downie & P. S. Poole

28th New Phytologist Symposium. Functions and ecology of the plant microbiome in Rhodes, Greece 2012

Model plants select different microbial communities in the rhizosphere by A. Tkacz, A. Grant & P. S. Poole

Community metaranscriptomic analysis of wheat, oat and pea rhizospheres by T. Turner, R. Karunakaran, J. Walshaw, A. Grant & P. S. Poole

Annual Science Meeting at JIC, Norwich 2011

Model plants select different microbial communities in the rhizosphere by A. Tkacz, A. Grant & P. S. Poole

Differentiation of Rhizobium: Characterisation of Metal Transport Systems During Symbiosis by G. Hood, J. A. Downie & P. S. Poole


Rhizosphere3 in Perth, Australia 2011

Microbial Metatranscriptomics of the Rhizosphere Insights into Population Structure and Metabolism by T. Turner, R. Karunakaran, J. Walshaw, A. Grant & P. S. Poole


8th ENFC in Ghent, Belgium 2008

Regulation of ABC transporter systems in Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viciae 3841 by G. Mulley, J. P. White, R. Karunakaran, A. Bourdès, K. A. Findlay, J. A. Downie & P.S. Poole

Legume nodule development results in “Symbiotic auxotrophy” for aliphatic amino acids in Rhizobium by J. Prell, J. P. White, R. Karunakaran, A. K. East, R. Bongaerts & P. S. Poole


6th ENFC in Toulouse, France 2004

Amino acid transport by Rhizobium leguminosarum by J. P. White & P. S. Poole

Development of Sinorhizobium meliloti ABC transporters as environmental biosensors by T. Mauchline, A. K. East & P. S. Poole

Adaption in Rhizobium to environmental stress by M. Fox & P. S. Poole

Role of Amino Acids in Nitrogen Fixation during the R. leguminosarum/Pea Symbiosis by A. Bourdès, J. White, E. Lodwig & P. S. Poole


5th ENFC in Norwich, UK 2002

Rhizobium leguminosarum has a second general amino acid permease with unusually broad substrate specificity and high similarity to branched chain amino acid transporters (Bra/LIV) of the ABC family by A. H. F. Hosie, A. Bourdès & P. S. Poole


Zurich, Switzerland 2001

Characterisation of a second ABC transporter of Rhizobium leguminosarum with broad specificity for amino acids by A.H. F. Hosie & P. S. Poole

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