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Properties of different isolates of Rhizobium trifolii in relation to their nitrogen fixing ability in Egyptian clover (Trifolium alexandrinum). II. Glucose consumption and nitrate reduction



Properties of different isolates of Rhizobium trifolii in relation to their nitrogen fixing ability in Egyptian clover (Trifolium alexandrinum). II. Glucose consumption and nitrate reduction



Indian Journal of Microbiology 24(2): 104-108



Fourteen Rhizobium trifolii isolates from the soils of Nainital Tarai were studied for glucose consumption and nitrate reduction in yeast extract mannitol medium for 72 and 144 hours respectively. All the isolates were found to nodulate Trifolium alexandrinum var. Pusa Giant. Efficiency, in terms of nitrogen uptake, was not found to be correlated with glucose consumption.

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