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Host bacterium factors involved in legume symbiosis

Host bacterium factors involved in legume symbiosis

Indian Journal of Microbiology 20(3): 245-252

A critical examination of genus and species definitions in Rhizobium, with emphasis on the cowpea group isolated from 12 host spp. It was concluded that species classification of Rhizobium based on host infectivity produces an ambiguous picture about the taxonomy of the bacteria.

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