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Isolation and identification of root associated diazotrophs



Isolation and identification of root associated diazotrophs



Plant and Soil 110(2): 207-212



The use of proper selective media which simulate the environment of various diazotrophs in situ has led to the discovery of 10 new root-associated diazotrophs, three of them during 1986/1987 (Azospirillum halopraeferens, Herbaspirillum seropedicae and the recently proposed Acetobacter diazotrophicus).

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