Hava Neumann

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Legume root nodules are the site of biological nitrogen fixation in the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis. Nodules are structures unique to this symbiosis and they are morphologically as well as physiologically distinct from other plant organs. Organic substances affecting the macro- or microsymbionts vitality, such as PAHs (WETZEL: et al., 1991), reduce(More)
The effect of treatment of chromosomes with various detergents prior to tryptic banding was investigated. The pre-treatment improved the resolution of banding for most of the chromosomes. The effectiveness of the detergents varied greatly. The number of chromosome pairs with optimal banding found after the use of different detergents was as follows: 19 of(More)
Alfalfa plants (Medicago sativa cv. Europe) inoculated with Sinorhizobium meliloti 2011 (formerly Rhizobium meliloti, de Lajudie et al., 1994) were cultivated for 14 days under standardized growth conditions in mineral medium with addition of the heavy metal cadmium or the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon fluoranthene. These xenobiotics significantly reduced(More)
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