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Effects of drought, temperature, and salinity on symbiotic nitrogen fixation in legumes, with emphasis on chickpea and pigeonpea



Effects of drought, temperature, and salinity on symbiotic nitrogen fixation in legumes, with emphasis on chickpea and pigeonpea



Adaptation of chickpea and pigeonpea to abiotic stress Proceedings of the Consultants' Workshop held at ICRISAT Center, India, 19-21 December 1984: 123-131



The legume-Rhizobium symbiosis is a highly integrated and self-regulating process. It is particularly sensitive to drought, salinity and extremes of temp., more so than rhizobia growing alone. Although the effect of these factors on the symbiosis has been studied mostly under laboratory conditions, a good understanding has been achieved of how the symbiosis responds to various forms of stress.

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