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Growth regulators rhizobium and nodulation in peas pisum sativum cultivar wisconsin perfection iaa from the culture medium of nodulating and nonnodulating strains of rhizobium leguminosarum


Growth regulators rhizobium and nodulation in peas pisum sativum cultivar wisconsin perfection iaa from the culture medium of nodulating and nonnodulating strains of rhizobium leguminosarum



Planta (Heidelberg) 155(4): 345-349



ISSN/ISBN: 0032-0935

IAA was identified in the culture medium of nodulating and non-nodulating strains of R. leguminosarum by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. The levels of IAA produced by the different strains were quantified using multiple ion monitoring and a deuterated internal standard. IAA is produced in the absence of exogenous tryptophan in all strains but its level is greatly stimulated by applied tryptophan. No correlation has been established between the ability to nodulate peas and the ability to produce IAA.

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