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Plant microbiology: Quieting the raucous crowd

Leadbetter, Jared R. (2001) Plant microbiology: Quieting the raucous crowd. Nature, 411 (6839). pp. 748-749. ISSN 0028-0836. doi:10.1038/35081216.

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Many bacteria communicate by using dedicated signalling molecules. Signal-degrading enzymes from other bacteria interrupt the conversation, and can protect tobacco and potato plants from infection.

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Alternate Title:Quieting the raucous crowd
Additional Information:© 2001 Macmillan Magazines Ltd.
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Official Citation:Leadbetter, J. R. (2001). "Plant microbiology: Quieting the raucous crowd." Nature 411(6839): 748-749.
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