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Host plant and Rhizobium effects on acetylene reduction in alfalfa during regrowth



Host plant and Rhizobium effects on acetylene reduction in alfalfa during regrowth



Crop Science 22(2): 251-254



When lucerne Dohfari was harvested at 10% flowering carbon exchange rate in the shoot decreased by 99% immediately and acetylene reduction decreased by 75% in 3 days, and they increased in parallel during shoot regeneration. It is suggested that root and root nodule carbohydrates were used to maintain acetylene reduction during regrowth.

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