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Swisher Grimm and Garczynski studied potato tubers from the Klamath Basin in Oregon and discovered a new haplotype of ‘Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum,’ the bacterium that causes symptoms of zebra chip disease and can be economically devastating to potatoes in the United States.
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Karmakar and colleagues present a careful, temporal analysis of the peanut nodule transcriptome. The highlight is the comparison of expression of known symbiotic genes in other legumes with those in Arachis hypogaea. This important transcriptomic resource provides insight into the evolution of symbiotic nodule development and rhizobial infection via crack entry.

 
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