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New N2 fixing bacteria in association with cereals and sugar cane



New N2 fixing bacteria in association with cereals and sugar cane



Nitrogen fixation: Hundred years after Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Nitrogen Fixation, Koln Cologne, FRG, March 13-20, 1988: 717-722



Recent studies, mainly in Brazil, on the occurrence on grass and cereal roots of Azospirillum brasiliense, A. amazonense and A. halopraeferans, and their effects on plant growth and N content after inoculation are summarized.

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