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Host plants for symbiotic experiments



Host plants for symbiotic experiments



Nitrogen Fixation in Legumes: 69-83



Procedures are described for the acquisition, multiplication and storage, which provide the experimenter with a continuity of supply of high quality seed, and half to reduce plant-to-plant variation when such seed is used for symbiotic experiments with rhizobia.

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