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Host-endophyte specificity in Frankia symbiosis



Host-endophyte specificity in Frankia symbiosis



Biological nitrogen fixation: recent developments: 283-310



Host plant-endophyte compatibility is considered in relation to results of cross inoculations attempted between members of the Frankia-nodulated plants, and the formulation of cross-inoculation groups is discussed.

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