Frank B. Dazzo, Ph. D.

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    2016

  1. Uphoff, N. and Dazzo, F.B. 2016. Making rice production more environmentally-friendly. Environments. 3:12-18.

  2. Yanni, Y., Dazzo, F.B., Squartini, A., Zanardo, M., Zidan, M., and Elsadany, A. 2016. Assessment of the natural endophytic association between Rhizobium and wheat and its ability to increase wheat production in the Nile Delta. Plant & Soil.DOI 10.1007/s11104-016-2895-0.

  3. Yanni, Y.G., Zidan, M., Dazzo, F.B., Rizk, R., Meheisen, A., and Elsadany, A. 2016. Enhanced symbiotic performance and productivity of drought stressed common bean by inoculation with locally isolated, salt-tolerant strains of Rhizobium. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 232:119-128.

    2015

  4. Ji, Z., Card, K., and Dazzo, F.B. 2015. CMEIAS JFrad: a new computing toolkit to discriminate the fractal geometry of landscape architecture and spatial patterns of individual cells in microbial biofilms. Microbial Ecology. 69: 710-720.

  5. Dazzo, F.B., and Niccum, B.C. 2015. Use of CMEIAS image analysis software to accurately compute attributes of cell size, morphology, spatial aggregation and color segmentation that signify in situ ecophydiological adaptations in microbial biofilm communities. Computation. 3: 72-98. (Invitation for the Computation Biology section).

  6. Dazzo F.B., Yanni, Y., Jones, A., and Elsadany, A. 2015. CMEIAS bioimage informatics that define the landscape ecology of immature microbial biofilms developed on plant rhizoplane surfaces. AIMS Bioengineering. 2: 469-486.

  7. Al-Fassi, F. A., Al-Solaimani, S.G., El-Nakhlawa, F.S., Dazzo, F.B., and Gomaa, A.B. 2015. The bio-organic farming of lettuce crop and its impact on macronutrients of plant and soil. Wulfenia Journal. 22:442-448.

  8. Gomaa, A.B., Al-Fassi, F.A., Dazzo, F.B., Al-Solaimani, S.G., and El-Nakhlawy, F.S. 2015. The synergistic influence of bio- and organic fertilizers on the yield and leaf nitrate content of lettuce. Wulfenia Journal. 22: 1-7.

  9. Al-Solaimani, S., El-Nakhlawy, F.S., Al-Fassi, F., Dazzo, F.B., and Gomaa, A.B. 2015. Improving yield and decreasing leaf nitrate content of lettuce via application of the bio-organic agriculture. Wulfenia Journal. 22:566-575.

  10. Dazzo F.B., Ji, Z., and K Card 2015. CMEIAS JFrad v. 1.0 software and user manual. Copyright: Michigan State University & Columbia University. Available at: http://cme.msu.edu/cmeias.

    2014

  11. Folland, I., D. Trione and Frank B. Dazzo. 2014. Accuracy of biovolume formulas for CMEIAS computer-assisted microscopy and body size analysis of morphologically diverse microbial populations and communities. Microbial Ecology. 68:596-610.

  12. Trevisan, R., M. Picarella, Dazzo, F.B., S. Bona, G. Morabito, and A. Squartini. 2014. Using a morpho-functional approach to assess phytoplankton dynamics in two adjacent high-mountain lakes: a 10-year survey. Journal of Limnology. 73(3): 409-420.

    2013

  13. Dazzo, F.B., K. Klemmer, R. Chandler and Y. G. Yanni. 2013. In situ ecophysiology of microbial biofilm communities analysed by CMEIAS computer-assisted microscopy at single-cell resolution. Diversity. 5: 426-460.(Invited for Biofilm special issue).

  14. Dazzo, F.B. and C. Gross. 2013. CMEIAS Quadrat Maker: a digital software tool to optimize grid dimensions and produce quadrat images for landscape ecology spatial analysis. Journal of Ecosystems & Ecography. 3(4): 1-4.

    2012

  15. Trevisan, R., R. Pertile, V. Bronamonte, Dazzo, F.B., and A. Squartini. 2012. Dinophyceae fluctuations in two alpine lakes of contrasting size during a 10-year fortnightly survey. J. Microbiology and Biotechnology. 22: 754-762. http://www.jmb.or.kr/journal/viewJournal.html?year=2012&vol=22&num=6&page=754

  16. Dazzo, F.B. 2012. CMEIAS-aided microscopy of the spatial ecology of individual bacterial interactions involving cell-to-cell communication within biofilms. Sensors. 12: 7047-7062.

  17. Robeldo, M., L. Rivera, J., I.J. Jimenez-Zurdo, R. Rivas, F.B. Dazzo, E. Velazquez, E. Martinez-Molina, A. Hirsch, and P. F. Mateos. 2012. Role of Rhizobium endoglucanase CelC2 in cellulose biosynthesis and biofilm formation on plant roots and abiotic surfaces. Microbial Cell Factories.. 11: 125-132.

  18. K. Ehrlich, B. Mack, Q. Wer, P. Li, L. Roze, F. Dazzo, J. Cary, D. Bhatnagar and J. Linz. 2012. Association with AflR in endosomes reveals new functions for AflJ in aflatoxin biosynthesis. Toxins. 4:1582-1600.

    2011

  19. Robeldo, M., J. Jiminez-Zurdo, M. J. Soto, E. Velazquez, Dazzo, F.B., E. Martinez-Molina, and P. F. Mateos. 2011 Development of functional symbiotic white clover root hairs and nodules requires tightly regulated production of rhizobial cellulase CelC2. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.. 24: 798-807.

    2010

  20. Kui-Xian, J., F. Chi, M-F Yang, S-H Shen, Y-X Jing, Frank B. Dazzo and H-P Cheng. 2010. Movement of rhizobia inside tobacco and lifestyle alternation from endophytes to free-living rhizobia on leaves. Journal of Microbiol. Biotech. 20: 238-244.

  21. Gross, C. A., C. Reddy and Dazzo, F.B. 2010. CMEIAS color segmentation: an improved computing technology to process color images for quantitative microbial ecology studies at single-cell resolution. Microbial Ecology 59 (2): 400-414.

  22. Yanni YG and Frank B. Dazzo. 2010. Enhancement of rice production using endophytic strains of Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii in extensive field inoculation trials within the Egypt Nile delta. Plant and Soil. 336: 129-142.

  23. Bano, A., R. Batool and Dazzo, F.B. 2010. Adaptation of chickpea to desiccation stress is enhanced by symbiotic rhizobia. Symbiosis 50:129-133.

  24. Kui-Xian, J., F. Chi, M-F Yang, S-H Shen, Y-X Jing, Frank B. Dazzo and H-P Cheng. 2010. Movement of rhizobia inside tobacco and lifestyle alternation from endophytes to free-living rhizobia on leaves. J. Microbiol. Biotech. (2010) vol. 20 (2): 238-244.

    2009

  25. Tola, E., J. Liberato Henriquez-Sabà, E. Polone, Dazzo, F.B., G. Concheri, S. Casella, and A. Squartini. 2009. Shovel roots: a unique, stress-avoiding developmental strategy of the legume plant Hedysarum coronarium L. Plant and Soil 322: 25-37.

    2008

  26. Muresu, R., E. Polone, L. Sulas, B. Baldan, A. Tondello, G. Delogu, P. Cappuccinelli, S.Alberghini, Y. Benhizia, H. Benhizia, A. Benguedouar, B. Mori, R. Calamassi, Dazzo, F.B., and A. Squartini. 2008. Coexistence of predominantly nonculturable rhizobia with diverse, endophytic bacterial taxa within nodules of wild legumes. FEMS Microbiol. Ecology 63:383-400.

  27. Robledo, M., J. I. Jiménez-Zurdo, E. Velázquez, M.E. Trujillo, J. L. Zurdo-Piñeiro, M. H. Ramírez-Bahena, B. Ramos, J. M. Díaz-Mínguez, F. Dazzo, E. Martínez-Molina and P. F. Mateos. 2008 Rhizobium cellulase CelC2 is essential for primary symbiotic infection of legume host roots. Proc. National Academy of Sciences, USA, 105:7064-7069.

    2006

  28. Fukuda, M., J. Matsuyama, T. Katano, S. Nakano, and Dazzo, F.B. 2006. Assessing primary and bacterial production rates in biofilms on pebbles in Ishite Stream, Japan. Microbial Ecology, 52:1-7.

  29. Gantner, S., Schmid, M., Dürr, C., Schuhegger, R., Steidle, A., Hutzler, P., Langebartels, C., Eberl, L., Hartmann, A., Dazzo, F.B. 2006. In situ spatial scale of calling distances and population density-independent N-Acylhomoserine lactone mediated communication by rhizobacteria colonized on plant roots. FEMS Microbiol. Ecol. 56: 188-194.

    2005

  30. Chi, F., Shi-Hua Shen, Hai-Ping Cheng, Yu-Xiang Jing, Youssef G. Yanni, and Dazzo, F.B. 2005. Ascending migration of endophytic rhizobia from roots to leaves inside rice plants and assessment of their benefits to the growth physiology of rice. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71: 7271-7278.

    2004

  31. Reddy, C. K. and F.B. Dazzo. 2004 Computer-assisted segmentation of bacteria in color micrographs. Microscopy & Analysis 18: 5-7.

    2003

  32. Rivas, R., A. Willems, N. S. Subba-Rao, P. F. Mateos, Dazzo, F.B., R. Kroppenstedt, E. Martínez-Molina, M. Gillis and E. Velázquez. 2003. Description of Devosia neptuniae sp. nov. that nodulates and fixes nitrogen in symbiosis with Neptunia natans, an aquatic legume from India. Syst. Journal of Applied Microbiology 26: 47-53.

  33. Dazzo, F.B., A.R. Joseph, A. B. Gomaa, Y. G. Yanni, and G. P. Robertson. 2003. Quantitative indices for the autecological biogeography of a Rhizobium endophyte of rice at macro and micro spatial scales. Symbiosis, 35: 147-158.

    2002

  34. Squartini, A., P. Struffi, H. Doring, S. Selenska-Pobell, E. Tola, A. Giacomini, E. Vendramin, E. Velazquez, P. Mateos, E. Martinez-Molina, Dazzo, F.B., S. Casella, and MP Nuti. 2002. Rhizobium sullae, sp. nov. (formerly Rhizobium ‘hedysari’): the root-nodule microsymbiont of Hedysarium coronarium L. Int. J. Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 52: 1267-1276.

  35. Rivas, R., E. Velázquez, A. Willems, N.Vizcaíno, N. S. Subba-Rao, P. F. Mateos, M. Gillis, Dazzo, F.B., and E. Martínez-Molina. 2002. A new species of Devosia that forms a unique nitrogen-fixing root-nodule symbiosis with the aquatic legume Neptunia natans (L. f.) Druce. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 68: 5217-5222.

  36. Crockard MA, AJ Bjourson, Dazzo, F.B., and JE Cooper. 2002. A white clover nodulin gene, dd23b, encoding a cysteine cluster protein, is expressed in the very early stages of interaction with Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii and after treatment with chitolipooligosaccharide Nod factors. J. Plant Res. 115: 439-447.

    2001

  37. Liu, J., Dazzo, F.B., O. Glagoleva, B. Yu, and A. Jain. 2001. CMEIAS: a computer-aided system for the image analysis of bacterial morphotypes in microbial communities. Microbial Ecology 41: 173-194; and Erratum 2001. Microbial Ecology 42: 215.

  38. YG Yanni, RY Rizk, FK Abd El-Fattah, A Squartini, V Corich, A Giacomini, F deBruijn, J Rademaker, J Maya-Flores, P Ostrom, M Vega-Hernandez, RI Hollingsworth, E. Martinez-Molina, P Mateos, E Velazquez, J Wopereis, E Triplett, M Umali-Garcia, JA, Anarna, BG Rolfe, JK Ladha, J Hill, R Mujoo, PK Ng, and F.B. Dazzo 2001. The beneficial plant growth-promoting association of Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii with rice roots. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology, 28: 845-870. **This publication has the distinction of being one of the top 10 most cited papers during years 2000-2005 for Australian Journal of Plant Physiology (journal now renamed “Functional Plant Biology”)

  39. Mateos, P., D. L. Baker, M. Petersen, E. Velázquez, J. I. Jiménez-Zurdo, E. Martínez-Molina, A. Squartini, G. Orgambide, D. H. Hubbell, and Dazzo, F.B. 2001. Erosion of root epidermal cell walls by Rhizobium polysaccharide-degrading enzymes as related to primary host infection in the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 47: 475-487.

  40. Vega-Hernández M.C., R. Pérez-Galdona, Dazzo, F.B., A. Jarabo-Lorenzo, M.C. Alfayate and M. León-Barrios. 2001. Novel infection process in the indeterminate root nodule symbiosis between Chamaecytisus proliferus (tagasaste) and Bradyrhizobium sp. New Phytologist 150: 707-721.

  41. Dollhopf, S. L., Syed A. Hashsham, Dazzo, F.B., Craig Criddle, and James M. Tiedje. 2001. The impact of fermentative organisms on carbon flow in methanogenic systems under constant low substrate conditions. Journal of Applied Microbiology Technol. 56: 531-538.

  42. Perrine, F.M, J. Prayitno, J. Weinman, Dazzo, F.B., and B. G. Rolfe. 2001. Rhizobium plasmids are involved in the inhibition or stimulation of rice growth and development. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 28: 923-937.

    2000

  43. Wopereis, J., E. Pajuelo, FB Dazzo, Q Jiang, PM Gresshoff, FJ de Bruijn, J Stougaard, and K Szczglowski. 2000. Short root mutant of Lotus japonicus with a dramatically altered symbiotic phenotype. The Plant Journal 23: 1-18.

  44. Biswas, J., J. K. Ladha, and Dazzo, F.B. 2000. Rhizobia inoculation improves nutrient uptake and growth in lowland rice. Soil Science Society of America Journal 64: 1644-1650.

  45. Biswas J.C., J.K. Ladha, Dazzo, F.B., Y. G. Yanni and B. G. Rolfe 2000. Rhizobial inoculation influences seedling vigor and yield of rice. Agronomy Journal 92: 880-886.

  46. Fernandez, A., S. Hashsham, D. Dollhopf, L. Raskin, O. Glagoleva, Dazzo, F.B., R. Hickey, C. Criddle, and JM Tiedje. 2000. Flexible community structure correlates with stable community function in methanogenic bioreactor communities perturbed by glucose. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66: 4058-4067.

  47. Hashsham, S., A. Fernandez, S. Dollhopf, Dazzo, F.B., R. Hickey, JM Tiedje, and CS Criddle. 2000. Parallel processing of substrate correlates with greater functional stability in methanogenic bioreactor communities perturbed by glucose. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66: 4050-4057.

    1999

  48. Prayitno, J., J. Stefaniak, J. McIver, J. J. Weinman, Dazzo, F.B., J. K. Ladha, W. Baraquio, Y. G. Yanni, and B. G. Rolfe. 1999. Interactions of rice seedlings with nitrogen-fixing bacterial isolated from rice roots. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 26: 521-535.

    1998

  49. Szczglowski, K., R. Shaw, J. Wopereis, S. Copeland, D. Hamburger, B. Kasiborski, Dazzo, F.B., and F. J. de Bruijn. 1998. Nodule organogenesis and symbiotic mutants of the model legume Lotus japonicus. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions Journal 11: 684-697.

    1997

  50. Yanni, Y. G., R. Y. Rizk, V. Corich, A. Squartini, K. Ninke, S. Philip-Hollingsworth, G. Orgambide, F. DeBruijn, J. Stoltzfus, D. Buckley, T. M. Schmidt, P. F. Mateos, J. K. Ladha, and Dazzo, F.B. 1997. Natural endophytic association between Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii and rice roots and assessment of its potential to promote rice growth. Plant and Soil 194: 99-114.

  51. Reddy, PM, JK Ladha, R So, R Hernandez, Dazzo, F.B., OR Angeles, MC Ramos, and FJ de Bruijn. 1997. Rhizobial communication with rice: induction of phenotypic changes, mode of invasion and extent of colonization in roots. Plant and Soil 194: 81-98.

  52. Philip-Hollingsworth, S., R. I. Hollingsworth, and Dazzo, F.B. 1997. Structural requirements of Rhizobium chitolipooligosaccharides for uptake and bioactivity in legume roots as revealed by synthetic analogs and fluorescent probes. The Journal of Lipid Research 38: 1229-1241.

  53. Sanchez, B., C. Coronado, S. Philip-Hollingsworth, Dazzo, F.B., and A. Palomares. 1997. Structure and role in symbiosis of the exoB gene of Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii. Molecular Genetics and Genomics 255: 131-140.

    1996

  54. Orgambide, G., S. Philip-Hollingsworth, P. Mateos, R. I. Hollingsworth, and Dazzo, F.B. 1996. Subnanomolar concentrations of membrane chitolipooligosaccharides from Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii are fully capable of eliciting symbiosis-related responses on white clover. Plant and Soil 186: 93-98.

  55. Dazzo, F.B., G. G. Orgambide, S. Philip-Hollingsworth, R. I. Hollingsworth, K. Ninke, and J. L. Salzwedel 1996. Modulation of development, growth dynamics, wall crystallinity, and infection thread formation in white clover root hairs by membrane chitolipooligo-saccharides from Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii. Journal of Bacteriology 178: 3621-3627.

  56. Orgambide, G., S. Philip-Hollingsworth, E. Tola, R. Cedergren, A. Squartini, Dazzo, F.B., R. Hollingsworth, and M. Nuti. 1996. Glyconjugate and lipid components of Rhizobium "hedysari" IS123, a root-nodule symbiont of the stress-tolerant legume, Hedysarum coronarium. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 42: 340-345.

  57. Rolfe, B. G., R. W. Carlson, R. W. Ridge, Dazzo, F.B., P. F. Mateos, and C. E. Pankhurst. 1996. Defective infection and nodulation of clovers by exopolysaccharide mutants of Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 23: 285-303.

  58. Jimenez-Zurdo, J., P. F. Mateos, Dazzo, F.B., and E. Martinez-Molina. 1996. Influence of the symbiotic plasmid (pSym) on cellulase production by Rhizobium leguminosarium bv. trifolii ANU843. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 28: 131-133.

  59. Jiminez-Zurdo, J., P. Mateos, Dazzo, F.B., and E. Martinez-Molina. 1996. Cell-bound cellulase and polygalacturonase production by Rhizobium and Bradyrhizobium species. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 28: 917-921.

    1995

  60. Subba-Rao, N. S., P. F. Mateos, D. Baker, H. S. Pankratz, J. Palma, Dazzo, F.B., and J. I. Sprent. 1995. The unique root-nodule symbiosis between Rhizobium and the aquatic legume, Neptunia natans (L. f.) Druce. Planta 196: 311-320.

  61. Mateos, P, D. Baker, S. Philip-Hollingsworth, A. Squartini, A. Peruffo, M. Nuti, and Dazzo, F.B. 1995. Direct in situ identification of cellulose microfibrils associated with Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii attached to the root epidermis of white clover. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 41: 202-207.

  62. de Bruijn, F., Y. Jing, and Dazzo, F.B. 1995. Potential and pitfalls of trying to extend symbiotic interactions of nitrogen-fixing organisms to presently non-nodulated plants, such as rice. Plant and Soil 174: 225-240.

  63. Lopez-Lara, I., G. Orgambide, Dazzo, F.B., J. Olivares, and N. Toro. 1995. Surface polysaccharide mutants of Rhizobium sp. (Acacia) strain GRH2: major requirement of lipopolysaccharide for successful invasion of Acacia nodules and host range determination. Microbiology (UK) 141: 573-581.

  64. Orgambide, G., J. Lee, R. Hollingsworth, and Dazzo, F.B. 1995. Structurally diverse chitolipooligosaccharide Nod factors accumulate primarily in membranes of wild type Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii. Biochemistry 34: 3832-3840.

  65. Velazquez, E., P. Mateos, P. Pedrero, Dazzo, F.B., and E. Martinez-Molina. 1995. Attenuation of symbiotic effectiveness by Rhizobium meliloti SAF22 related to the presence of a cryptic plasmid. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 61: 2033-2036.

  66. Philip-Hollingsworth, S., G. Orgambide, J. Bradford, D. Smith, R. Hollingsworth, and Dazzo, F.B. 1995. Mutation or increased copy number of nodE has no effect on the spectrum of chitolipooligosaccharide Nod factors made by Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 270: 20968-20977.

    1994

  67. Orgambide, G., S. Philip-Hollingsworth, R. I. Hollingsworth and Dazzo, F.B. 1994. Flavone-enhanced accumulation and symbiosis-related biological activity of a diglycosyl diacylglycerol membrane glycolipid from Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii. Journal of Bacteriology 176: 4338-4347.

    1993

  68. Salzwedel, J., and Dazzo, F.B. 1993. pSym nod gene influence on elicitation of peroxidase activity from white clover and pea roots by Rhizobia and their cell-free supernatants. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions Journal 6: 127-134.

  69. Lopez-Lara, I., G. Orgambide, Dazzo, F.B., J. Olivares, and N. Toro. 1993. Characterization and symbiotic importance of acidic extracellular polysaccharides of Rhizobium sp. strain GRH2 isolated from Acacia nodules. Journal of Bacteriology 175: 2826-2832.

  70. Orgambide, G., R. Reusch, and Dazzo, F.B. 1993. Methoxylated fatty acids reported in Rhizobium arise from chemical alterations of common fatty acids upon acid-catalyzed transesterification procedures.

    Journal of Bacteriology 175: 4922-4926.

  71. Orgambide, G., Z. Huang, D. Gage, and F. Dazzo. 1993. Phospholipid and fatty acid composition of Rhizobium trifolii ANU843 in relation to flavone-activated pSym nod genes. Lipids 28: 975-979.

  72. Squartini, A., Dazzo, F.B., S. Casella and M. P. Nuti. 1993. The root nodule symbiosis between Rhizobium 'hedysari' and its drought-tolerant host Hedysarum coronarium. Symbiosis 15: 227-238.

    1992

  73. DeTroch, P., S. Philip-Hollingsworth, G. Orgambide, Dazzo, F.B., and J. Vanderleyden. 1992. Analysis of extracellular polysaccharides isolated from Azospirillum brasilense wild type and mutant strains. Symbiosis 13: 229-241.

  74. Orgambide, G., S. Philip-Hollingsworth, L. Cargill, and Dazzo, F.B. 1992. Evaluation of acidic heteropolysaccharide structures in Rhizobium leguminosarum biovars altered in nodulation genes and host range. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions Journal 5: 484-488.

  75. Mateos, P., J. Jiminez, J. Chen, A. Squartini, E. Martinez-Molina, D. Hubbell, and Dazzo, F.B. 1992. Cell-associated pectinolytic and cellulolytic enzymes in Rhizobium trifolii. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 58: 1816-1822.

  76. Orgambide, G., R. Hollingsworth, and Dazzo, F.B. 1992. Structural characterization of a novel diglycosyl diacylglyceride glycolipid from Rhizobium trifolii ANU843. Carbohydrate Research 233: 151-159.

    1991

  77. Dazzo, F .B., G. Truchet, R. Hollingsworth, E. Hrabak, H. Pankratz, S. Philip-Hollingsworth, J. Salzwedel, K. Chapman, L. Appengeller, A. Squartini, D. Gerhold, and G. Orgambide. 1991. Rhizobium lipopolysaccharide modulates infection thread development in white clover root hairs. Journal of Bacteriology 173: 5371-5384.

  78. Philip-Hollingsworth, S., R. Hollingsworth, and Dazzo, F.B. 1991. N-acetylglutamic acid: an extracellular Nod signal of Rhizobium trifolii ANU843 which induces root hair branching and nodule-like primordia in white clover roots. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 266: 16854-16858.

    1989

  79. Dazzo, F.B., and M. A. Petersen. 1989. Applications of computer-assisted image analysis for microscopic studies of the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis. Symbiosis 7: 193-210.

  80. Philip-Hollingsworth, S., R. I. Hollingsworth, and Dazzo, F.B. 1989. Host-range related structural features of the acidic extracellular polysaccharides of Rhizobium trifolii and Rhizobium leguminosarum. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 264: 1461-1466.

  81. Philip-Hollingsworth, S., R. I. Hollingsworth, Dazzo, F.B., M. Djordejevic, and B. G. Rolfe. 1989. The effect of interspecies transfer of Rhizobium host-specific nodulation genes on acidic polysaccharide structure and in situ binding by host lectin. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 264: 5710-5714.

    1988

  82. Carlson, R. W., R. L. Hollingsworth, and Dazzo, F.B. 1988. A core oligosaccharide component from the lipopolysaccharide of Rhizobium trifolii ANU843. Carbohydrate Research 176: 127-135.

  83. Hollingsworth, R. I., Dazzo, F.B., K. Hallenga, and B. Musselman. 1988. The complete structure of the trifoliin A lectin-binding capsular polysaccharide of Rhizobium trifolii 843. Carbohydrate Research 172: 97-112.

  84. Hollingsworth, R. I., and Dazzo, F.B. 1988. The use of phenylcarbamate derivatives for the GC-MS characterization of 3-hydroxyalkanoic acids in the lipopolysaccharides of Rhizobium. Journal of Microbiological Methods 7: 295-302.

  85. Klubek, L. L. Hendrickson, R. M. Zablotowicz. J. E. Skwara, E. C. Varsa, S. Smith, T. G. Islieb, J. Maya, M. Valdes, Dazzo, F.B., R. L. Todd, and D. D. Walgenback. 1988. Competitiveness of selected Bradyrhizobium japonicum strains in midwestern USA soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 52: 662-666.

    1987

  86. Dazzo, F.B. 1987. Review of Plant-microorganism interactions, vol. 1: Molecular and genetic perspectives." T. Kosuge and E. Nester (eds.), 1984, Macmillian Publishing Co., New York, NY. Microbial Ecology" 13: 269-271.

  87. Gardiol, A. E., R. I. Hollingsworth, Dazzo, F.B. 1987. Alteration of surface properties in a Tn5 mutant strain of Rhizobium trifolii 0403. Journal of Bacteriology 169: 1161-1167.

  88. Gardiol, A. E., G.L. Truchet, and Dazzo, F.B. 1987. Requirement of succinate dehydrogenase activity for symbiotic bacteroid differentiation of Rhizobium meliloti in alfalfa nodules. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 53: 1947-1950.

  89. Hollingsworth, R.I., Dazzo, F.B., and A. J. Mort. 1987. Reexamination of the presence and linkage of 3-hydroxybutyryl substituents in the acidic capsular polysaccharide of Rhizobium trifolii 0403. Journal of Bacteriology 169: 3369-3371.

    1986

  90. Araujo, R. S., J. Maya-Flores, D. Barnes-McConnell, C. Yokoyama, Dazzo, F.B., and F.B.iss. 1986. Semienclosed tube cultures of bean plants (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) for enumeration of Rhizobium phaseoli by the most-probable-number technique. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 52: 954-956.

  91. Gardiol, A. E., and Dazzo, F.B. 1986. Biosynthesis of Rhizobium trifolii capsular polysaccharide: enzymatic transfer of pyruvate substitutions into lipid-bound saccharide intermediates. Journal of Bacteriology 168: 1459-1462.

  92. Hollingsworth, R. I., E. M. Harabak, and Dazzo, F.B. 1986. Synthesis of 3,6-dideoxy-3-(methylamino)hexoses for G.L.C-M.S. identification of Rhizobium lipopolysaccharide components. Carbohydrate Research 154: 103-113.

  93. Truchet, G. L., J. E. Sherwood, H. S. Pankratz, and Dazzo, F.B. 1986. Clover root exudate contains a particulate form of the lectin, trifoliin A, which binds Rhizobium trifolii. Physiologia Plantarum 66: 575-582.

    1985

  94. Gerhold, D. L., Dazzo, F.B., and P. M. Gresshoff. 1985. Selective removal of seedling root hairs for studies of the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis. Journal of Microbiological Methods 4: 95-102.

  95. Hrabak, E. M., G. L. Truchet, Dazzo, F.B., and F. Govers. 1985. Characterization of the anomalous infection and nodulation of subterranean clover roots by Rhizobium leguminosarum 1020. Journal of General Microbiology 131: 3287-3302.

  96. Zamani, B., B. D. Knezek, S. L. Flegler, E. S. Beneke, and Dazzo, F.B. 1985. Autoradiographic method to screen for soil microorganisms which accumulate zinc. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 49: 137-142.

    1984

  97. Abe, M., J. E. Sherwood, R. I. Hollingsworth, and Dazzo, F.B. 1984. Stimulation of clover root hair infection by lectin-binding oligosaccharides from the capsular and extracellular polysaccharides of Rhizobium trifolii. Journal of Bacteriology 160: 517-520.

  98. Dazzo, F.B., and R. I. Hollingsworth. 1984. Trifoliin A and carbohydrate receptors as mediators of cellular recognition in the Rhizobium trifolii-clover symbiosis. Biology of the Cell 51: 267-274.

  99. Dazzo, F.B., G. Truchet, J. Sherwood, E. Hrabak, M. Abe, and H. S. Pankratz. 1984. Specific phases of root hair attachment in the Rhizobium trifolii-clover symbiosis. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 48: 1140-1150.

  100. Hollingsworth, R. I., M. Abe, Dazzo, F.B., and K. Hallenga. 1984. Identification of 3- hydroxybutanoic acid as a component of the acidic extracellular polysaccharide of Rhizobium trifolii 0403. Carbohydrate Research 134: C7-C11.

  101. Hollingsworth, R. I., M. Abe, J. E. Sherwood, and Dazzo, F.B. 1984. Bacteriophage-induced acidic heteropolysaccharide lyases that convert acidic heteropolysaccharides of Rhizobium trifolii into oligosaccharide units. Journal of Bacteriology 160: 510-516.

  102. Sherwood, J. E., G. L. Truchet, and Dazzo, F.B. 1984. Effect of nitrate supply on in vivo synthesis and distribution of trifoliin A, a Rhizobium trifolii-binding lectin, in Trifolium repens seedlings. Planta 162: 540-547.

  103. Sherwood, J. E., J. M. Vasse, Dazzo, F.B., and G. L. Truchet. 1984. Development and trifoliin A-binding ability of the capsule of Rhizobium trifolii. Journal of Bacteriology 159: 145-152.

  104. Vasse, J., Dazzo, F.B., and G. L. Truchet. 1984. Re-examination of capsule development and lectin-binding sites on Rhizobium japonicum 3I1B110, by the glutaraldehyde / ruthenium red / uranyl acetate staining method. Journal of General Microbiology 130: 3037-3047.

  105. Zamani, B., B. D. Knezek, and Dazzo, F.B. 1984. Biological immobilization of zinc and manganese in soil. Journal of Environmental Quality 13: 269-273.

    1983

  106. Dazzo, F.B., and G. Truchet. 1983. Interactions of lectins and their saccharide receptors in the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis. The Journal of Membrane Biology 73: 1-16.

  107. Dazzo, F.B., G. L. Truchet, and J. Vasse. 1983. Agglutination of Rhizobium japonicum 3I1b110 by soybean lectin. Plant and Soil 75: 265-268.

    1982

  108. Dazzo, F.B., Truchet, G. L., Sherwood, J. E., Hrabak, E. M. and Gardiol, A. E. 1982 Alteration of the trifoliin A-binding capsule of Rhizobium trifolii 0403 by enzymes released from clover roots. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 44: 478-490.

  109. Truchet, G. L., and Dazzo, F.B. 1982. Morphogenesis of lucerne root nodules incited by Rhizobium meliloti in the presence of combined nitrogen. Planta 154: 352-360.

  110. Urban, J. E., and Dazzo, F.B. 1982. Succinate-induced morphology of Rhizobium trifolii 0403 resembles that of bacteroids in clover nodules. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 44: 219-226.

  111. Dazzo, F.B., and E. M. Hrabak. 1982. Lack of a direct nitrate-trifoliin A interaction in the Rhizobium-clover symbiosis. Plant and Soil 69: 259-264.

  112. Dazzo, F.B., G. L. Truchet, and J. W. Kijne. 1982. Lectin involvement in root-hair tip adhesion as related to the Rhizobium-clover symbiosis. Physiologia Plantarum 56: 143-147.

    1981

  113. Dazzo, F.B. 1981. Bacterial attachment as related to cellular recognition in the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis. Journal of Supramolecular Structure and Cellular Biochemistry 16: 29-41.

  114. Dazzo, F.B., and E. M. Hrabak. 1981. Presence of trifoliin A, a Rhizobium-binding lectin, in clover root exudate. Journal of Supramolecular Structure and Cellular Biochemistry 16: 133-138.

  115. Hrabak, E. M., M. R. Urbano, and Dazzo, F.B. 1981. Growth-phase dependent immunodeterminants of Rhizobium trifolii lipopolysaccharide which bind trifoliin A, a white clover lectin. Journal of Bacteriology 148: 697-711.

    1980

  116. Umali-Garcia, M., D. H. Hubbell, M. H. Gaskins and Dazzo, F.B. 1980. Association of Azospirillium with grass roots. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 39: 219-226.

    1979

  117. Dazzo, F.B., and W. J. Brill. 1979. Bacterial polysaccharide which binds Rhizobium trifolii to clover root hairs. Journal of Bacteriology 137: 1362-1373.

  118. Dazzo, F.B., M. R. Urbano, and W. J. Brill. 1979. Transient appearance of lectin receptors on Rhizobium trifolii . Current Microbiology 2: 15-20.

    1978

  119. Dazzo F.B., and W. J. Brill. 1978. Regulation by fixed nitrogen of host-symbiont recognition in the Rhizobium-clover symbiosis. Plant Physiology 62: 18-21.

  120. Dazzo, F.B., W. E. Yanke, and W. J. Brill. 1978. Trifoliin: A Rhizobium recognition protein from white clover. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta539: 276-286.

    1977

  121. Bishop, P. E., Dazzo, F.B., E. R. Appelbaum, R. M. Maier, and W. J. Brill. 1977. Intergeneric transfer of genes involved in the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis. Science 198: 938-940.

  122. Dazzo, F.B., and W. J. Brill. 1977. Receptor site on clover and alfalfa roots for Rhizobium. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 33: 132-136.

    1976

  123. Dazzo, F.B., C. Napoli, and D. Hubbell. 1976. Adsorption of bacteria to roots as related to host specificity in the Rhizobium-clover symbiosis. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 32: 166-177.

    1975

  124. Dazzo, F.B., and J. R. Milam. 1975. Serological studies of Spirillum lipoferum. Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida Proceedings 35: 121-126.

  125. Dazzo, F.B., and D. Hubbell. 1975. Concanavalin A: Lack of correlation between binding to Rhizobium and specificity in the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis. Plant and Soil 43: 713-717.

  126. Dazzo, F.B., and D. Hubbell. 1975. Biological nitrogen fixation - a review. Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida Proceedings 34: 71-79.

  127. Dazzo, F., and D. Hubbell. 1975. Antigenic differences between infective and non-infective strains of Rhizobium trifolii. Journal of Applied Microbiology 30: 172-177.

  128. Dazzo, F., and D. Hubbell. 1975. Cross-reactive antigens and lectin as determinants of symbiotic specificity in the Rhizobium-clover association. Journal of Applied Microbiology 30: 1017-1033.

  129. Napoli, C., F. Dazzo, and D. Hubbell. 1975. Production of cellulose microfibrils by Rhizobium. Journal of Applied Microbiology 30: 123-131.

    1974

  130. Dazzo, F.B., and D. Hubbell. 1974. A quantitative assay of insoluble polyvinylpyrrolidone. Plant and Soil 40: 435-439.

  131. Dazzo, F.B., and D. Rothwell. 1974. Evaluation of porcelain cup soil water samplers for bacteriological sampling. Journal of Applied Microbiology 27: 1172-1174.

  132. Dazzo, F.B., P. Smith, and D. Hubbell. 1974. Changes in the rhizosphere effect of millet associated with sprinkler irrigation with animal wastes. Journal of Environmental Quality 3: 270-273.

    1973

  133. Dazzo, F.B., Smith, P. and Hubbell, D. 1973 The influence of manure slurry irrigation on the survival of fecal organisms in Scranton fine sand. Journal of Environmental Quality 2: 470-473.

    1972

  134. Dazzo, F.B., Smith, P. and Hubbell, D. 1972. Vertical dispersal of fecal coliforms in Scranton fine sand. Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida Proceedings 32: 99-102.


    Chapters in book

    2016

  135. Yanni, Y.G., F.B. Dazzo, and A.B. Gomaa. 2016. Status of the biofertilization technology and biosafety of biofertilizers in Egypt. In: B. Pati and S. M. Mandal (Eds). Recent Trends in Biofertilizers. Chapter 2, pp. 19-36. I. K. International Publishers, New Delhi, India.

    2015

  136. Yanni, Y.G. and F.B. Dazzo 2015. Occurrence and ecophysiology of the natural endophytic Rhizobium-rice association, and translational assessment of its biofertilizer performance within the Egypt Nile delta. In: F. DeBruijn (Ed.). Biological Nitrogen Fixation. Chapter 111, pp. 1121-1139, Wiley/Blackwell, Hoboken, NJ.

  137. Robeldo, M., Eivera, L., Menendez, E., Martinez-Hidalgo, P., Rivas, R., Velazquez, E., Dazzo, F.B., Martinez-Molina, E., and Mateos, P.F. 2015. Role of Rhizobium cellulase CelC2 in host root colonization and infection. In: Frans J. DeBruijn (Ed). Biological Nitrogen Fixation. Chapter 53, pp. 525-531 Wiley/Blackwell, Hoboken, NJ.

    2014

  138. Dazzo, FB, I. Ganesan and Y. Yanni 2014. Spatial ecology of rhizobacterial colonization on roots analysed by CMEIAS computer-assisted microscopy at single-cell resolution. In: D. P. Singh and H. Singh (eds.) Trends in Soil Microbial Ecology, Chpt. 4, pp. 67-92, Studium Press, Houston. (invited book chapter)

  139. Dazzo FB and CA Gross. 2014 CMEIAS Quadrat Maker v. 1.0 software and user manual, Michigan State University. 20 p, http://cme.msu.edu/cmeias/

  140. Dazzo FB, C. Gidcumb and N. Duque-Fegali. 2014. CMEIAS Quadrat Maker v. 1.0 Help Topics, Michigan State University. http://cme.msu.edu/cmeias

    2013

  141. F.B . Dazzo and S. Gantner. 2013. In situ calling distances and high population independent N-acylhomoserine lactone-mediated communication on plant root surfaces. In: F. DeBruijn (editor), Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Rhizosphere, Vol. 2, Chapter 74, pp. 785-788. J Wiley & Sons, NY.

  142. Dazzo, F.B., and Y .G. Yanni. 2013. CMEIAS: an improved computing technology for quantitative image analysis of root colonization by Rhizobacteria in situ at single-cell resolution. In: F. DeBruijn (editor), Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Rhizosphere, Vol. 2, Chapter 69, pp. 733-742. J Wiley & Sons, NY.

  143. N. Uphoff, F. Chi, F.B. Dazzo, and R. J. Rodriguez. 2013. Soil fertility as a contingent rather than inherent characteristic: considering the contributions of crop-symbiotic soil biota. In: Principles of Sustainable Soil Management in Agroecosystems, Advances in Soil Sciences Series, edited by R. Lal and B. Stewart. Chapter 6, pp. 141-166 CRC Press, Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton FL.

    2012

  144. L.P. Rivera, E. Menéndez, J.D. Flores-Félix, R. Rivas, E. Velázquez, Y.G. Yanni, E. Martínez-Molina, F.B. Dazzo, P.F.Mateos. 2012. Utilización de Rhizobium como Biofertilizante en Arroz. In: Nutrición Mineral de las Plantas como Base de una Agricultura Sostenible. Eds. I. B. Mangas, L.E. Hernández, J. J. Lucena Marotta. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid; Madrid, Spain. ISBN: 978-84-695-5571-2

  145. Dazzo, F. and S. Gantner. 2012. Rhizosphere. In T. Schmidt and M. Schaechter (eds.), Topics in Ecological and Environmental Microbiology. Pp. 467-479, Elsevier Press, Waltham, MA.

    2010

  146. Gross, C., C. Reddy and Dazzo, F.B. 2010. CMEIAS Color Segmentation. User Manual.

  147. Gross, C., C. Reddy and FB dazzo. 2010 Release of CMEIAS Color Segmentation Software Ver. 1.0 at the CMEIAS website http://cme.msu.edu/cmeias. Includes the executable program, user manual, help topics file, AV-training tutorial and training images.

  148. Dazzo, FB. 2010. CMEIAS digital microscopy and quantitative image analysis of microorganisms. In: A. Mendez-Vilas and J. Diaz (eds.), Microscopy: Science, Technology, Applications and Education. 2:1083-1090. Formatex Research Center Microscopy book series #4. Badajoz, Spain.

    2009

  149. Dazzo, F.B., D. McGarrell and N. Philips. 2009. CMEIAS v.1.28 upgrade: (includes updated User Manual, training tutorial, macro routines, a new Help.chm file, and upgraded website). Center for Microbial Ecology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

  150. Dazzo, F. and S. Gantner. 2009. Rhizosphere. In M. Schaechter (ed.), Encyclopedia of Microbiology, pp. 335-349. Oxford: Elsevier.

  151. Dazzo, F.B., J. Liu, A. Jain, G. Tang, C. Gross, C. Reddy, C. Monosmith, A. Prabhu, R. Peretz, G. Zhu, J. Wang, M. Li, N. Philips, A. Baruti, R. Longueuil, C. Meyers, D. Nasr, I. Leader, S. Zamani, C. Passmore, L. Doherty, S. Dixon, P. Smith, D. McGarrell, S. Pierce, S. Gantner, S. Nakano, A. Smucker, E. Polone, A. Tondello, A. Squartini, Y. Yanni, and R. Hollingsworth. 2009. CMEIAS v3.1: Advanced computational tools of image analysis software designed to strengthen microscopy-based approaches for understanding microbial ecology at single-cell resolution. 2009 All-Investigator Meeting, MSU Long-Term Ecological Research program, May 5, 2009, Kellogg Biological Station, Hickory Corners, MI.

  152. Y.G.Yanni and Dazzo, F.B. 2009. Enhanced rice production by Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii in field inoculation trials in the Egypt Nile delta. PGPR mtg Portland Oregon 2009-11-04.

  153. Y.G.Yanni & F.B.Dazzo 2009 Prospects of contributive biofertilization technology for agricultural sustainability and environmental bio-safety.(poster) 19th International Symposium on Environmental Biogeochemistry - Environmental Changes and Sustainability of Biogeochemical Cycling, Sept.14 - 18, 2009, University of Hamburg, Germany.

    2008

  154. Mishra, Ravi, R. K. Singh, Hemant K. Jaiswal, Manoj K. Singh, Youssef G. Yanni and Frank B. Dazzo. 2008. Rice-Rhizobia Association: Evolution of an Alternate Niche of Beneficial Plant-Bacteria Association. In: I. Ahmad, J. Pichtel, and S. Hayat (eds.), Plant-Bacteria Interactions: Strategies and Techniques to Promote Plant Growth, pp. 165-194. Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH, Weinheim, Germany.

    2007

  155. Dazzo, F.B. 2007. Spatial analysis of microbial colonization on plant roots grown in soil. In: J. Luster and R. Finlay (eds). COST 631 Handbook of MethodsUsed in Rhizosphere Research, Chapter 4.1 Microbial Growth and Visualization of Bacteria and Fungi, pp. 382-383. Swiss Federal Research Institute, Birmensdorf, Switzlerland.

  156. Dazzo, F.B., M. Schmid and A. Hartmann. 2007. Immunofluorescence microscopy and fluorescence in situ hybridization combined with CMEIAS and other image analysis tools for soil- and plant-associated microbial autecology. In: J. Garland, C. Hurst, D. Lipson, A. Mills, L. Stetzenbach, and R. Crawford (eds.), Manual of Environmental Microbiology, 3rd ed., Chapter 59, pp. 712-733. American Society for Microbiology Press, Washington, DC.

    2006

  157. Dazzo. F.B. and Y. G. Yanni. 2006. The natural Rhizobium-cereal crop association as an example of plant-bacteria interaction. In: Biological Approaches to Sustainable Soil Systems, N. Uphoff, A. Ball, E. Fernandes, H. Herren, O. Husson, M. Laing, C. Palm, J. Pretty, P. Sanchez, N. Sanginga, and J. Thies (eds.), pp. 109-127, CRC Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton, FL.

  158. Dazzo, F.B., G. Tang, G. Zhu, C. Gross, D. Nasr, C. Passmore, K. Kulek, E. Polone, A. Squartini, A. Prabhu, C. Reddy, R. Peretz, L. Gao, R. Bollempalli, D. Trione, E. Marshall, J. Wang, M. Li, D. McGarrell, S. Gantner, J. Liu, and Y. Yanni. 2006. CMEIAS v3.0: Advanced image analysis software to strengthen microscopy-based approaches for understanding microbial ecology. 2006 Annual Mtg., Long-Term Ecological Research in Row-Crop Agriculture. Michigan State Univ. East Lansing, MI.

    2005

  159. Kuykendall, L. D., and Dazzo, F.B. 2005. Allorhizobium De Lajudie, Laurent-Fulele, Willems, Torck, Coopman, Collins, Kersters, Dreyfus & Gillis. Allorhizobium. In D. Brenner, N. Krieg, J. Staley, and G. Garrity (eds.), The Proteobacteria. Bergey’s Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, 2nd Edition, Vol. 2, pp. 345-346. Springer-Verlag, New York, NY.

  160. Dazzo, F.B., YG Yanni, R. Rizk, AB Gomaa, A. Squartini, YX Jing, F. Chi and SH Shen. 2005 Recent studies on the Rhizobium-Cereal association. In YP Yang et al. (eds.), Biological Nitrogen Fixation, Sustainable Agriculture and the Environment, pp 379-380. Springer, Netherlands.

  161. Chi, F., SH Shen, HP Cheng, YX Jing, and Dazzo, F.B. 2005. Ascending migration of endophytic rhizobia from roots into leaves inside rice plants. In YP Yang et al. (eds.), Biological Nitrogen Fixation, Sustainable Agriculture and the Environment, pp 381-382, Springer, Netherlands.

    2004

  162. Dazzo, FB. 2004. Applications of quantitative microscopy in studies of plant surface microbiology. In: A. Varma, L. Abbott, D. Werner, and R. Hampp (eds.), Plant Surface Microbiology. Springer-Verlag, Germany, pp. 503-550.

  163. Dazzo, F.B. 2004. Production of anti-microbial antibodies and their utilization in studies of microbial autecology by immunofluorescence microscopy and in situ CMEIAS image analysis. Molecular Microbial Ecology Manual, 2nd Ed., chapter 4.04: pages 911-932.G. Kowalchuk, F. deBruijn, I. Head, A. Akkermans, J. Elsas (eds.). Kluwer Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands.

  164. Dazzo, F.B. 2004. New CMEIAS image analysis software for computer-assisted microscopy of microorganisms and their ecology. Microscopy Today 12(3): 18-23.

  165. Hartmann A, Gantner S, Schuhegger R, Steidle A, Dürr C, Schmid M, Langebartels C, Dazzo F.B., Eberl L. 2004. N-Acyl homoserine lactones of rhizosphere bacteria trigger systemic resistance in tomato plants. In: Biology of Molecular Plant-Microbe Interaction, Vol. 4 , eds: B Lugtenberg, I Tikhonovich, N Provorov, IS-MPMI, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, pp. 554-556.

  166. Janssens, F. and Dazzo, F.B. 2004. Image Analysis, Morphometry and Classification of Scanned Collembola Samples Applied to Specimen Identification. (website)

    2003

  167. Dazzo, F.B., Liu, B., J., Prabhu, A., Reddy, C., Wadekar, M., Peretz, R., Bollempalli, R., Trione, D., Marshall, E., Zurdo, J., Hammoud, H., Wang, J., Li, M., McGarrell, D., Gore, A., Maya-Flores, J., Gantner, S., and Hollingsworth, N. 2003. CMEIAS v. 3.0: Integrative software package to strengthen microscopy-based approaches for understanding microbial ecology (abstract). 2003 Annual Mtg., Long-Term Ecological Research in Row-Crop Agriculture. Michigan State Univ. East Lansing, MI. .

  168. Dazzo, F.B. and D. McGarrell 2004 CMEIAS Microscopy Image Analysis Software website (included release of CMEIAS ver. 1.27 software) http://cme.msu.edu/cmeias

  169. Reddy, C.K., Liu, F.I., and Dazzo, F.B. 2003. Semi-automated segmentation of microbes in color images. In: R. Eschbach and G. Marcu (eds.)Color Imaging: Processing, Hardcopy and Applications VIII. Proceedings of SPIE/IS&T Vol. 5008. And Identification of microbes based on color sampling, C. K. Reddy, Dazzo, F.B., F. I. Liu, 5008:59 (poster).

    2002

  170. McDermott, T. R., and Dazzo, F.B. 2002. Use of fluorescent antibodies for studying the ecology of soil- and plant-associated microbes. In C. Hurst, R. C. Crawford, G. R. Knudsen, M. J. McInerney, and L. D. Stetzenbach (eds.), Manual of Environmental Microbiology, 2nd Ed., Chapter 28, p. 615-626, American Society for Microbiology Press, Washington, DC.

  171. Reddy, C., J. Liu, M. Wadekar, A. Prabhu, D. Trione, E. Marshall, J. Zurdo, F-I. Liu, J. Urbance, and Dazzo, F.B., 2002. New features of CMEIAS innovative software for computer-assisted microscopy of microorganisms and their ecology. 2002 Ann. Mtg., Long-Term Ecological Research in Row-Crop Agriculture, KBS-LTER Site. Abstract at

  172. Reddy, C., F.-I. Liu, J. Zurdo, and Dazzo, F.B. 2002. A new CMEIAS color recognition program for digital microbial ecology. 2002 Ann. Mtg., Long-Term Ecological Research in Row-Crop Agriculture, KBS-LTER Site. Abstract at: Here

    2001

  173. Tiedje J, A Fernandez, S. Hashsham, S. Dollhopf, Dazzo, F.B., R. Hickey, and C. Criddle. 2001. Stability, persistence and resilience in anaerobic reactors: a community unveiled. Advances in Water and Wastewater Treatment Technology (Matsuo, Hanaki, Takizawa, Setoh, eds.), pp. 13-20. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

  174. Hashsham, SA, TL Marsh, SL Dollhopf, AS Fernandez, Dazzo, F.B., RF Hickey, CS Criddle, and JM Tiedje. 2001 Relating function and community structure of complex microbial systems using neural networks. Advances in Water and Wastewater Treatment Technology, (Matsuo, Hanaki, Takizawa, and Satoh, eds.), pp. 67-77, Elsevier, Amsterdam.

  175. Dazzo, F.B., and S. Badr El-Din 2001. Proc. 1st US-Egypt Workshop in Microbial Ecology. FB Dazzo and SB El-Din (Eds.), 173 pp. National Research Center, Cairo Egypt, and Center for Microbial Ecology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

    2000

  176. Dazzo, F.B., and J. Wopereis. 2000. Unraveling the infection process in the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis by microscopy. In E. Triplett (ed.), Prokaryotic nitrogen fixation: a model system for the analysis of a biological process; pp. 295-347. Horizon Scientific Press, UK.

  177. Dazzo, F.B., Y. G. Yanni, R. Rizk, F. de Bruijn, J. Rademaker, A. Squartini, V. Corich, P. Mateos, E. Martinez-Molina, E. Velazquez, J. Biswas, R. Hernandez, J. K. Ladha, J. Hill, J. Weinman, B. Rolfe, M. Vega-Hernandez, J. J. Bradford, R. I. Hollingsworth, P. Ostrom, E. Marshall, T. Jain, G. Orgambide, S. Philip-Hollingsworth, E. Triplett, K. Malik, J. Maya-Flores, Anton Hartmann, M. Umali-Garcia, and M. L. Izaguirre-Mayoral. 2000. Progress in multi-national collaborative studies on the beneficial association between Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii and rice. In J.K. Ladha and P. M. Reddy (eds.), The Quest for Nitrogen Fixation in Rice. International Rice Research Institute, Manila, The Philippines, pp. 167-189.

  178. Rolfe, B. G., U. Mathesius, J. Prayitno, F. Perrine, J. Weinman, J. Stefaniak, M. Djordjevic, N. Guerreiro, and Dazzo, F.B. 2000. Rhizobium nodulation and interaction with legumes and nonlegumes. In J.K. Ladha and P. M. Reddy (eds.), The Quest for Nitrogen Fixation in Rice. International Rice Research Institute, Manila, The Philippines, pp. 291-309.

  179. Dazzo, F.B., YG Yanni, R Rizk, F deBruijn, A. Squartini, P Mateos, E Martinez-Molina, E. Velazquez, J Biswas, JK Ladha, J Weinman, B. Rolfe, M Vega-Hernandez, RI Hollingsworth, E Marshall, T Jain, M Leon-Barrios, and R Perez-Galdona. 2000. The natural beneficial association between Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii and rice and its exploitation in sustainable agriculture. In A. Abdel-Hafez, M. El-Leithy, and A. El-Nawawy (eds), Proc. International Symposium on Biological Nitrogen Fixation and Crop Production, pp. 135-140. FAO/RNE, Egypt.

    1999

  180. Dazzo, F.B., Y. G. Yanni, R. Rizk, F. de Bruijn, V. Corich, A. Squartini, P. Mateos, E. Martinez-Molina, J. Biswas, J. K. Ladha, J. Weinman, B. Rolfe, A. Hartmann, O. Glagoleva, M. Vega-Hernandez, R. I. Hollingsworth, M. Leon-Barrios, and R. Perez-Galdona. 1999. Ecology and plant growth-promoting activities of the natural association between Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii and rice roots. In E. Martinez-Romero and G. Hernandez, eds., Highlights in Nitrogen Fixation Research, pp. 101-104, Kluwer/Plenum Publishers, NY.

    1998

  181. Dazzo, F.B., YG Yanni, A. Squartini, P. Mateos, F. de Bruijn, T. Schmidt, JK. Ladha, B. Rolfe, and A. Hartmann. 1998 Natural beneficial association of Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii and rice roots and its relevance to sustainable agriculture. In C. Elmerich, A. Kondorosi, and W. Newton (eds), Biological Nitrogen Fixation for the 21st Century. pp. 627-628, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

  182. Rolfe, BG, JM McIver, K. Anest, JJ Weinman, MA Djorejevic, YG Yanni, A Squartini, and Dazzo, F.B. 1998. Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii and its interactions with rice plants. In C. Elmerich, A. Kondorosi, and W. Newton (eds), Biological Nitrogen Fixation for the 21st Century. pp. 665-666, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

  183. Rolfe, BG, DP Verma, I Potrykus, R Dixon, M McCully, C. Sautter, J Denarie, J. Sprent, B Reinhold-Hurek, J Vanderleyden, JK Ladha, Dazzo, F.B., I Kennedy, and EC Cocking. 1998. Agriculture 2020: 8 Billion People. In C. Elmerich, A. Kondorosi, and W. Newton (eds), Biological Nitrogen Fixation for the 21st Century. pp. 685-692, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

  184. Szczglowski, K., J. Wopereis, Dazzo, F.B., and F. J. de Bruijn. 1998 HAR1, an incomplete dominant mutation in Lotus japonicus, confers aberrant root development and an unusual hypernodulation response (HNR). In C. Elmerich, A. Kondorosi, and W. Newton (eds), Biological Nitrogen Fixation for the 21st Century. pp. 305-306, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

    1997

  185. Yanni, Y. G., R. Y. Rizk, V. Corich, A. Squartini, K. Ninke, S. Philip-Hollingsworth, G. Orgambide, F. DeBruijn, J. Stoltzfus, D. Buckley, T. M. Schmidt, P. F. Mateos, J. K. Ladha, and Dazzo, F.B. 1997. Natural endophytic association between Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii and rice roots and assessment of its potential to promote rice growth. In J.K. Ladha, F. J. de Bruijn, and K. A. Malik (eds.), Opportunities for Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Rice and Other Non-Legumes., pp. 99-114. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

  186. Reddy, PM, JK Ladha, R So, R Hernandez, Dazzo, F.B., OR Angeles, MC Ramos, and FJ de Bruijn. 1997. Rhizobial communication with rice: induction of phenotypic changes, mode of invasion and extent of colonization in roots. In J.K. Ladha, F. J. de Bruijn, and K. Malik (eds.), Opportunities for Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Rice and Other Non-Legumes, pp. 81-98, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

    1996

  187. Dazzo, F.B., G. Orgambide, S. Philip-Hollingsworth, R. I. Hollingsworth, K. Ninke, D. Smith, P. F. Mateos, A. Squartini, A. J. Bjourson, J. E.Cooper, and J. Wopereis. 1996. Involvement of membrane chitolipooligosaccharides in the Rhizobium-white clover symbiosis. In A. Chordi-Corbo, E. Martinez-Molina, P. Mateos, and M. Carpio-Santos (eds.), Advances in the Investigation on Biological Nitrogen Fixation, pp. 29-33, Excma Diputacion Provincal De Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain.

  188. Mateos, P. F., J. Zurdon, J. Molina Blanco, A. Velazquez, Dazzo, F.B., and E. Martinez-Molina. 1996. Implication of cellulase production by Rhizobium in the establishment of the symbiosis with legumes. In A. Chordi-Corbo, E. Martinez-Molina, P. Mateos, and M. Carpio-Santos (eds.), Advances in the Investigation on Biological Nitrogen Fixation, pp. 45-48, Excma Diputacion Provincal De Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain.

  189. Dazzo, F.B., and S. F. Wright. 1996. Production of anti-microbial antibodies and their use in immunofluorescence microscopy. In A. Akkermans, J. van Elsas, and F. de Bruijn (eds.), Molecular Microbial Ecology Manual. Vol. 4.12, pp. 1-27. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

  190. Dazzo, F.B., K. Ninke, M. Rarick, D. Baker, H. Corlew-Newman, and M. Klug. 1996. Community ecology of pioneer root-colonizing rhizobacteria. Forum on Environmental Remediation and Environmental Toxicology and Microbial Ecology Forum. MSU Center for Microbial Ecology, pp. 21-22.

  191. Buckley, D., H. Corlew-Newman, F. Dazzo, F. DeBruijn, F. Louws, and T. Schmidt. 1996. Comparison of methods used to assess bacterial diversity. Forum on Environmental Remediation and Environmental Toxicology and Microbial Ecology Forum. MSU Center for Microbial Ecology, pp. 18-19.

  192. Hong, L., Dazzo, F.B., and A. Jain. 1996. Image analysis of morphological diversity in microbial communities. Forum on Environmental Remediation and Environmental Toxicology and Microbial Ecology Forum. MSU Center for Microbial Ecology, pp. 136-137.

    1995

  193. de Bruijn, F., Y. Jing, and Dazzo, F.B. 1995. Potential and pitfalls of trying to extend symbiotic interactions of nitrogen-fixing organisms to presently non-nodulated plants, such as rice, pp. 225-240. In J. Ladha and M. Peoples (eds.), Management of biological nitrogen fixation for the development of more productive and sustainable agricultural systems. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

  194. Bjourson, A., J. Cooper, G. Orgambide, and Dazzo, F.B. 1995. Isolation of symbiosis-specific plant mRNA from Trifolium repens roots by DDRT-PCR and subtraction hybridization-PCR, p. 493. In I. Tikhonovich et al. (eds.), Nitrogen fixation: Fundamentals and applications. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

  195. Dazzo, F.B., and B. Rolfe. 1995. Role of polysaccharides and other glycoconjugates in nitrogen-fixing bacterial-plant associations, pp. 793-795. In I. Tikhonovich et al. (eds.), Nitrogen fixation: Fundamentals and applications. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

    1993

  196. Dazzo, F.B. 1993. Bacterial entry into roots. In G. Khush and J. Bennett (eds.), Nodulation and nitrogen fixation in rice, pp. 61-63. International Rice Research Institute. Manila, Philippines.

  197. Orgambide, G., R. Hollingsworth, and F. Dazzo. 1993. Rhizobium trifolii produces a diglycosyl diacylglyceride which can elicit host-specific responses on white clover roots at subnanomolar concentrations, p. 248. In R. Palacios, J. Mora, and W. Newton (eds.), New horizons in nitrogen fixation. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

  198. Dazzo, F.B., P. Mateos, G. Orgambide, S. Philip-Hollingsworth, A. Squartini, N. Subba-Rao, H. S. Pankratz, D. Baker, R. Hollingsworth, and J. Whallon. 1993. The infection process in the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis and visualization of rhizoplane microorganisms by laser scanning confocal microscopy. In: R. Guerrero and C. Pedros-Alio (eds.), Trends in Microbial Ecology, pp 259-262, Spanish Society for Microbiology.

    1992

  199. Dazzo, F.B., J. Holt, H. Pankratz, M. Rarick, E. Soeth, D. Baker, H. Garchow, and M. Klug. 1992. Morphological diversity of soil bacteria, pp. 10-12. Center for Microbial Ecology Research Findings, Fall 1992, M.S.U.

  200. Dazzo, F.B., M. Klug, D. Baker, M. Rarick, J. Rundquist, and H. Garchow. 1992. Pioneer root colonizing bacteria. I. Community ecology, pp. 24-26. Center for Microbial Ecology Research Findings, Fall 1992, M.S.U.

  201. Dazzo, F., D. Baker, J. Whallon, and G. P. Robertson. 1992. Pioneer root colonizing bacteria. II. In situ examination, pp. 27-29. Center for Microbial Ecology Research Findings, Fall 1992, M.S.U.

    1990

  202. Klein, D. A., J. L. Salzwedel, and Dazzo, F.B. 1990. Microbial colonization of plant roots, pp. 189-225. In J. Nakas and C. Hagedorn (eds.), Biotechnology of plant-microbe interactions. McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., NY.

  203. Hollingsworth, R., S. Philip-Hollingsworth, and Dazzo, F.B. 1990. Isolation, characterization, and structural elucidation of a "nod signal" excreted by Rhizobium trifolii ANU843 which induces root hair branching and nodule-like primordia in axenic white clover seedlings. In P. Gresshoff, E. Roth, G. Stacey, and W. Newton (eds) Nitrogen Fixation: Achievements and Objectives, pp. 193-197, Chapman and Hall NY.

  204. Dazzo, F.B., R. Hollingsworth, S. Philip-Hollingsworth, A. Squartini, K. Chapman, L. Cargill, J. Salzwedel, M. Peterson, S. Pankratz, G. Orgambide, P. DeTroch, T. Olen, D. Baker, J. Maya-Flores, A. Aggarwal, and G. Hollander. 1990. Recent studies on the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis. In P. Gresshoff, E. Roth, G. Stacey, and W. Newton (eds) Nitrogen Fixation: Achievements and Objectives, pp. 199-200, Chapman and Hall NY.

    1989

  205. Hollingsworth, R., A. Squartini, S. Philip-Hollingsworth, and Dazzo, F.B. 1989. Root hair deforming and nodule initiating factors from Rhizobium trifolii, pp. 387-393. In B. Lugtenberg (ed.), Signal molecules in plants and plant-microbe interactions. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

    1988

  206. Dazzo, F.B., R. Hollingsworth, S. Philipp-Hollingsworth, M. Robeles, T. Olen, J. Salzwedel, M. Djordjevic, and B. Rolfe. 1988. Recognition processes in the Rhizobium trifolii-white clover symbiosis, pp. 431-436. In H. Bothe, F. de Bruijn, and W. Newton (eds.), Nitrogen fixation: Hundred years after. Justav Fischer Publisher, Stuttgard.

  207. Dazzo, F.B., R. Hollingsworth, J. Salzwedel, S. Philip-Hollingsworth, M. Robeles, T. Olen, L. Appenzeller, S. Wang, I. Toro, A. Squartini, S. Anderson, J. Chen, K. Chapman, J. Maya-Flores, L. Cargill, M. Djordjevic, and B. Rolfe. 1988. Signal recognition responses in the Rhizobium trifolii-white clover symbiosis, pp. 35-40. In R. Palacios and D. P. Verma (eds.), Molecular genetics of plant-microbe interactions 1988. American Phytopathological Society, St. Paul, MN.

  208. Weinman, J. J., M. A. Djordjevic, C. L. Sargent, Dazzo, F.B., and B. G. Rolfe. 1988. A molecular analysis of the host range genes of Rhizobium trifolii, pp. 33-34. In R. Palacios and D. Verma (eds.), Molecular genetics of plant-microbe interactions 1988. American Phytopathological Society, St. Paul, MN.

  209. Squartini, A., K. Nadler, Dazzo, F.B., and M. Nuti. 1988. Nodulation interference by heterologous nod genes in Rhizobium fredii and R. leguminosarum bv. trifolii, pp. 103-104. In R. Palacios and D. Verma (eds.), Molecular genetics of plant-microbe interactions 1988. American Phytopathological Society, St. Paul, MN.

    1987

  210. Dazzo, F.B. 1987. Biological nitrogen fixation and biotechnology. Scienga e Dossier. (Italy) (Invited).

  211. Dazzo, F.B., R. I. Hollingsworth, S. Philip, K. Smith, M. Welsch, J. Salzwdel, P. Morris, and L. McLaughlin. 1987. Involvement of pSym nodulation genes in production of surface and extracellular components of Rhizobium trifolii which interact with white clover roots, pp. 171-172. In D. Verma and N. Brisson (eds.), Molecular genetics of plant-microbe interactions. Martinus Nijhoff, Dordrecht.

  212. Dazzo, F.B., R.I. Hollingsworth, S. Philip-Hollingsworth, K. B. Smith, and M. Welsch. 1987. Early recognition signals in the Rhizobium trifolii-white clover symbiosis, pp. 183-188. In S. Sannerini, D. Smith, P. Bontante-Fasolo, and V. Gianinazzi-Pearson (eds.), Cell to cell signals in plant, animal, and microbial symbiosis, Springer-Verlag (Berlin).

  213. Rolfe, B. G., J. W. Redmond, M. Batley, H. Chen, S. P. Djordjevic, R. W. Ridge, B. J. Bassam, C. L. Sargent, Dazzo, F.B., and M. A. Djordjevic. 1987. Intercellular communication and recognition in the Rhizobium- legume symbiosis. In B. Lugtenberg (ed.), Recognition in microbe-plant symbiotic and pathogenic interactions. Springer Verlag, Berlin.

  214. Dazzo, F.B., R. I. Hollingsworth, M. Abe, K. B. Smith, M. Welsch, P. J. Morris, S. Philip-Hollingsworth, J. L. Salzwedel, and R. M. Castillo. 1987. Rhizobium trifolii polysaccharides, oligosaccharides, and other metabolites affecting development and symbiotic infection of clover root hairs, pp. 343-355. In G. Steffens and T. Rumsey (eds.), Biomechanisms regulating growth and development: Keys to progress. Beltsville Symposium XII on Agricultual Research, Kluwer Academic Publications, Dordrecht.

    1986

  215. Dazzo, F.B. 1986. Receptors for attachment of Rhizobium to legume root hairs, pp. 319-334. In C. M. Chadwick and D. R. Gerrod (eds.), Hormones, receptors and cellular interactions in plants. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

  216. Dazzo, F.B., R. I. Hollingsworth, S. Philip, J. E. Sherwood, A. E. Gardiol, E. M. Hrabak, K. B. Smith, J. Maya-Flores, and M. A. Welsch. 1986. Recognition of Rhizobium trifolii by the white clover lectin trifoliin A. In L. M. Shannon and M. J. Chrispeels (eds.), Molecular biology of seed storage proteins and lectins. Amer. Soc. Plant Physiol, Baltimore, MD.

  217. Dazzo, F.B., J. W. Kijne, K. Haahtela, and T. Korhonen. 1986. Fimbriae, lectins, and agglutinins of nitrogen fixing bacteria, pp. 237-254. In D. Mirelman (ed.), Microbial lectins and agglutinins. J. Wiley & Sons, New York, NY.

    1985

  218. Dazzo, F.B., R. I. Hollingsworth, J. E. Sherwood, M. Abe, E. M. Hrabak, A. E. Gardiol, H. S. Pankratz, K. B. Smith, and H. Yang. 1985. Recognition and infection of clover root hairs by Rhizobium trifolii, pp. 239-245. In H. J. Evans, P. Bottomley and W. E. Newton (eds.), Nitrogen fixation research progress. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

    1984

  219. Dazzo, F.B. 1984. Attachment of nitrogen-fixing bacteria to plant roots, p. 130-135. In M. J. Klug and C. A. Reddy (eds.), Current perspectives in microbial ecology. Amer. Soc. Microbiol., Washington, DC.

  220. Dazzo, F.B. 1984. Bacterial adhesion to plant root surfaces, pp.85-93. In K. C. Marshall (ed.), Microbial adhesion and aggregation. Dahlem Konferenzen, Springer-Verlag, New York, NY.

  221. Dazzo, F.B., and A. E. Gardiol. 1984. Host specificity in Rhizobium- legume interactions, pp.3-31. In D.P.S. Verma and T. H. Hohn (eds.), Plant gene research: Genes involved in microbe-plant interactions. Springer-Verlag, Wien, New York.

  222. Dazzo, F.B., and G. L. Truchet. 1984. Attachment of nitrogen-fixing bacteria to roots of host plants, pp. 65-99. In N. S. Subba-Rao (ed.), Current developments in biological nitrogen fixation. Oxford & IBH Publishers, New Delhi, India.

  223. Rutter, P. R., Dazzo, F.B., R. Freter, D. Gingell, G. W. Jones, S. Kjelleberg, K. C. Marshall, H. Morzek, E. Rades-Rohkohl, I. D. Robb, M. Silverman, and S. Tylewska. 1984. Mechanisms of adhesion, (group report) p. 5-20. In K. C. Marshall (ed.), Microbial adhesion and aggregation. Dahlem Konferenzen. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

    1983

  224. Dazzo, F.B. 1983. Plant cell-cell interactions, pp. 251-280. In K. Yamada (ed.), Cell Interactions and Development: Molecular Mechanisms, John Wiley, NY.

  225. Dazzo, F.B. and J. E. Sherwood. 1983. Trifoliin A: a Rhizobium- recognition lectin in white clover roots, pp. 209-233. In I. Goldstein and M. E. Etzler (eds.), Chemical taxonomy, molecular biology, and function of plant lectins. Alan R. Liss, Inc.

    1982

  226. Dazzo, F.B. 1982. Bacterial attachment as related to cellular recognition in the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis, pp. 91-103. In W. Frazier, L. Glaser, D. Gottlieb (eds.), Cellular Recognition. Alan R. Liss, Inc., NY.

  227. Dazzo, F.B. 1982. Leguminous root nodules, pp. 431-446. In R. Burns and J. Slater (eds.), Experimental Microbial Ecology. Blackwell Scientific Publications, U.K.

  228. Dazzo, F.B., and E. M. Hrabak. 1982. Presence of trifoliin A, a Rhizobium-binding lectin, in clover root exudate, pp. 155-160. In W. Frazier, L. Glaser, and D. Gottlieb (eds.), Cellular Recognition. Alan R. Liss, Inc., NY.

  229. Dazzo, F.B. 1982. The mechanism of recognition between Rhizobium and legumes and its implications for biological nitrogen fixation in the tropics, pp. 93-103. In J. Halliday, P. Graham, and P. Dart (eds.), Biological nitrogen fixation technology for tropical agriculture, CIAT, Cali, Colombia.

  230. Dazzo, F.B., and D. H. Hubbell. 1982. Control of root hair infection, pp. 274-310. In W. Broughton (ed.), Ecology of Nitrogen Fixation. Vol. II. Rhizobium. Oxford University Press, U.K.

    1981

  231. Dazzo, F.B. 1981. Microbial adhesion to plant surfaces, pp. 311-328. In R. Berkeley, J. Lynch, J. Melling, P. Rutter, and B. Vincent (eds.), Microbial Adhesion to Surfaces. Ellis Horwood, U.K.

  232. Dazzo, F.B., E. Hrabak, M. Urbano, J. Sherwood, and G. Truchet. 1981. Regulation of recognition in the Rhizobium-clover symbiosis, pp. 292-295. In W. Newton and A. Gibson (eds.), Current Perspectives in Nitrogen Fixation. Australian Academy of Science, Canberra, Australia.

  233. Dazzo, F.B. 1981. Soil Microbiology Laboratory Manual, Michigan State University.

    1980

  234. Dazzo, F.B. 1980. Adsorption of microorganisms to roots and other plant surfaces. pp. 253-315. In G. Bitton and K. Marshall (eds), Adsorption of Microorganisms to Surfaces. Wiley Interscience, New York.

  235. Dazzo, F.B. 1980. Determinants of host specificity in the Rhizobium- clover symbiosis. pp. 165-187. In W. Orme-Johnson and W. E. Newton, (eds), Nitrogen Fixation, Vol. 2. University Park Press, Baltimore.

  236. Dazzo, F.B. 1980. Infection processes in the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis, pp. 49-59. In R. Summerfield and A. H. Bunting (eds.), Advances in Legume Science. Crown Publishers, U.K.

  237. Dazzo, F.B. 1980. Lectins and their saccharide receptors as determinants of specificity in the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis, pp. 227-304. In S. Subtelny and N. Wessells (eds.), The Cell Surface: Mediator of Developmental Processes. Academic Press, NY.

    1979

  238. Dazzo, F.B. 1979. Lectins and "Recognition" in Rhizobium-legume symbiosis. (Invited review), Environmental Notes. Amer. Soc. Microbiol. News 45: 238-240.

    1978

  239. Dazzo, F.B. 1978. Lectins and the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis. (Invited critical review), Rhizobium Newsletter. 23: 21-25.

  240. Dazzo, F.B. 1978. Biological nitrogen fixation in farming systems in the tropics. (Invited review), A. Ayanabe and P. J. Dart, (eds.), J. Wiley and Sons, New York. Nat. Assoc. Coll. Teachers Agric. 22: 27.

    1977

  241. Dazzo, F.B. 1977. Cross-reactive antigens and lectin as determinants of host specificity in the Rhizobium-clover symbiosis. In B. Solheim and J. Raa, (eds). Cell Wall Biochemistry Related to Specificity in Host-Plant Pathogen Interactions. pp. 389-400. Universitatsforlanget, Oslo.

    1976

  242. Dazzo, F.B. 1976. Invited critical review of "Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation in Plants" (P. S. Nutman, Cambridge University Press). Amer. Soc. Microbiol. News 42: 510-511.

  243. McNeil, D., and Dazzo, F.B. 1976. Invited critical review of "Proceedings of the lst International Symposium on Nitrogen Fixation, Volumes 1 and 2." Amer. Soc. Microbiol. News 42: 687.

    1975

  244. Napoli, C. A., Dazzo, F.B., and D. H. Hubbell 1975. Ultrastructure of infection and common antigen relationships in the Rhizobium-Aeschynomene symbiosis. In J. Vincent (ed.), Proc. 5th Australian Legume Nodulation Conference, pp. 35-37, Brisbane, Australia.


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