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Effect of titanium on the growth of bradyrhizobium japonicum and bradyrhizobium lupini strains



Effect of titanium on the growth of bradyrhizobium japonicum and bradyrhizobium lupini strains



Acta Microbiologica Polonica 39(1-2): 51-58



Effect of titanium on growth and dry matter accumulation of Bradyrhizobium japonicum and B. lupini strains was investigated. One .mu.M and 2 .mu. titanium in the form of titanium-ascorbate enhanced the growth rate and dry matter of these strains. Inorganic forms of titanium and ascorbic acid had no significant effect.

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