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Five additional virulence gene-lacking isolates of Rhodococcus cause changes to root architecture.

Representative images of seedlings inoculated with the indicated isolates of Rhodococcus or water (mock). The root lengths of seedlings inoculated with isolates lacking virulence genes were different from those of seedlings inoculated with isolate D188.

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  1. Elizabeth A Savory
  2. Skylar L Fuller
  3. Alexandra J Weisberg
  4. William J Thomas
  5. Michael I Gordon
  6. Danielle M Stevens
  7. Allison L Creason
  8. Michael S Belcher
  9. Maryna Serdani
  10. Michele S Wiseman
  11. Niklaus J Grünwald
  12. Melodie L Putnam
  13. Jeff H Chang
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