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Effect of root exudates of alfalfa on lytic properties of rhizobiophages



Effect of root exudates of alfalfa on lytic properties of rhizobiophages



Plant Physiology and Biochemistry New Delhi 20(2): 120-121



Lytic properties of Rhizobium meliloti phages on R. meliloti and Azotobacter were examined. Narrow host range phage of R. meliloti, RMP 64 formed plaques on Azotobacter and this plaque-forming property was reduced in the presence of root extract of lucerne (Medicago sativa).

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