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Peanut groups and their symbiotic relationship with Rhizobium strains






Dissertation Abstracts International, B Sciences and Engineering 46(2): 353B

Peanut groups and their symbiotic relationship with Rhizobium strains

Using clustering techniques, 100 groundnutcultivars were classified into 5 groups on the basis of 13 morphological traits. When 16 cultivars representing these groups were inoculated with 29 Rhizobium strains, there was some association between morphological grouping and response to Rhizobium strains but cultivars were not homogeneous within groups for rhizobial traits.


Accession: 001425968



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