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Host-controlled nitrogen fixation in the legume-Rhizobium symbiosis: incompatibility of Pisum sativum L. ecotypes elatius Bieb. and abyssinicum Braun with European Rhizobium leguminosarum strains



Host-controlled nitrogen fixation in the legume-Rhizobium symbiosis: incompatibility of Pisum sativum L. ecotypes elatius Bieb. and abyssinicum Braun with European Rhizobium leguminosarum strains



Israel Journal of Botany 31(1/4): 163-167



European Rh. leguminosarum strains, effective on cultivated pea, induced ineffective nodules on ecotypes elatius and abyssinicum, indigenous plants from Israel and Ethiopia, respectively. Effective nodules were formed on elatius plants by Rhizobium strains from soils of the Middle East. No Ethiopian Rhizobium strains were available, but the Middle East Rhizobium strains were able to form an effective symbiosis with the abyssinicum ecotypes.

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