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Host-Rhizobium associations



Host-Rhizobium associations



Nitrogen fixation in legumes [Vincent, JM Editor]: 111-122



Establishment of symbiosis with a legume is described and the cross-inoculation group concept explained. Representative genera including Trifolium, Lathyrus, Vicia, Lens, Lupinus, Ornithopus, Medicago, Melilotus and Trigonella spp., Phaseolus vulgaris, soyabean and pea are tabulated with their associated Rhizobium species.

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