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The inhibition of root nodulation by ethylene






Agroplantae, South Africa, 2: 2, 81

The inhibition of root nodulation by ethylene

In roots of Phaseolus vulgaris in air containing 0-300 ppm ethylene, nodulation was completely inhibited by concentrations of >=8 ppm and was decreased from 35.3 nodules/plant in ethylene-free air to 3.7 nodules by 0.4 ppm. ethylene.

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