The regulation of the acid inducible LPIA (Low pH inducible) gene and its importance in the adaptive acid tolerance response of Sinorhizobium medicae WSM419
Osman, W.A.M., Tian, R., Tiwari, R., Bräu, L. and Reeve, W. (2009) The regulation of the acid inducible LPIA (Low pH inducible) gene and its importance in the adaptive acid tolerance response of Sinorhizobium medicae WSM419. In: 15th Australian Nitrogen Fixation Conference, 8 - 13 November, Margaret River, Western Australia.
Acid tolerance is a sought after trait in Sinorhizobium inoculants to enable inoculants to survive and persist in the acidic soils of South Western Australia. The acid tolerance response (ATR) of S. medicae has been determined to be critical for cell adaptation to lethal acid conditions and is triggered only when cells are exposed to mild acidity.
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