Data from: Metapopulation dominance and genomic-island acquisition of Bradyrhizobium with superior catabolic capabilities

Amanda C. Hollowell, John U. Regus, David Turissini, Kelsey A. Gano-Cohen, Roxanne Bantay, Andrew Bernardo, Devora Moore, Jonathan Pham & Joel L. Sachs
Root nodule forming rhizobia exhibit a bipartite lifestyle, replicating in soil and also within plant cells where they fix nitrogen for legume hosts. Host control models posit that legume hosts act as a predominant selective force on rhizobia, but few studies have examined rhizobial fitness in natural populations. Here, we genotyped and phenotyped Bradyrhizobium isolates across >800km of the native Acmispon strigosus host range. We sequenced chromosomal genes expressed under free-living conditions and accessory symbiosis...
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