By Michael J. Dilworth, Euan K. James, Janet I. Sprent, William E. Newton
Nodules produced on legume roots via root-nodule micro organism give you the significant nitrogenous enter into common and agricultural platforms world wide. This publication presents an in-depth and up to date research of what's recognized approximately this symbiosis, its origins, the method of nodule formation and improvement, and the biochemistry and genetics of nodular nitrogen fixation. It additionally experiences the body structure of the root-nodule micro organism themselves, their ecology in either ordinary and agricultural platforms, and the way we will be able to introduce new legumes besides the micro organism they require. This ebook is usually recommended for scientists operating with root nodule micro organism or host legumes, agronomists, forestry scientists, and soil scientists.
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