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Symbiosis of leguminous plants and nodule bacteria. I. Observations on respiration and on the extent of utilization of host carbohydrates by the nodule bacteria



Symbiosis of leguminous plants and nodule bacteria. I. Observations on respiration and on the extent of utilization of host carbohydrates by the nodule bacteria



Ann. Bot, Lond., 5: 313-37



Determinations have been made of the rates of evolution of respiratory carbon dioxide from the nodules, roots and tops of intact leguminous plants (Glycine sp.) growing in water (or solution) culture. The values for root respiration were established by means of observations on non-nodulated plants receiving nitrate-nitrogen.

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