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Analysis of rhizobial endosymbionts of Vicia, Lathyrus and Trifolium species used to maintain mountain firewalls in Sierra Nevada National Park (South Spain)

AuthorsVilladas, Pablo J.; Lasa, Ana V.; Martínez-Hidalgo, P.; Flores-Félix, J.D.; Martínez-Molina, E.; Toro, Nicolás; Velázquez, E.; Fernández-López, Manuel
KeywordsRhizobium
Lathyrus
Vicia
Trifolium
Identification
Phylogeny
Issue Date2017
PublisherElsevier
CitationSystematic and Applied Microbiology 40: 92- 101 (2017)
AbstractForest fires lead to the annual disappearance of many natural formations that require the creation of firewall areas. They can be maintained by enriching their pastures with attractive plants for grazing livestock, mainly legumes, which have a high protein content and low dependence on N fertilizers due to their ability to establish nitrogen-fixing symbiosis with rhizobia. In this study, the rhizobia isolated from the nodules of six legumes from the genera Vicia, Lathyrus and Trifolium were analysed in a firewall zone established in Lanjarón (Granada) close to the Sierra Nevada National Park (Spain). The results showed a high genetic diversity of the isolated strains that had 3, 16, 14 and 13 different types of rrs, recA, atpD and glnII genes, respectively. All strains were phylogenetically close to the species from the Rhizobium leguminosarum group, although they were not identified as any of them. The isolated strains belonged to the symbiovars viciae and trifolii but high phylogenetic diversity was found within both symbiovars, since there were 16 and 14 nodC gene types, respectively. Some of these strains clustered with strains isolated in other countries and continents, but others formed atpD, recA, glnII and nodC clusters and lineages only found to date in this study.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.syapm.2016.11.008
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/201321
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/j.syapm.2016.11.008
issn: 1618-0984
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