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Variability among Rhizobium japonicum strains in their tolerance to high temperatures

Variability among Rhizobium japonicum strains in their tolerance to high temperatures

Agronomy Abstracts 72nd annual meeting, American Society of Agronomy: 158

The effect of temp. (from 27 to 54 deg C) on the growth of 40 strains of R. japonicum was studied in pure culture using a temp. gradient apparatus. Variability in the tolerance of the strains to high temp. was observed. There did not appear to be a close relationship between the geographical origin and the growth response to temp. in the strains studied.

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