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Rhizobium laguerreae is the main nitrogen-fixing symbiont of cultivated lentil (Lens culinaris) in Morocco.
- Kaoutar Taha, El Bekkay Berraho, Imane El Attar, Samia Dekkiche, Jamal Aurag, G. Béna
- Biology, Medicine
- Systematic and applied microbiology
- 1 December 2017
Genetic diversity and population structure of 268 Lens culinaris symbiotic rhizobia collected from 40 cultivated fields in the main lentil production regions in Morocco were estimated. Three… Expand
Chickpea (Cicer arietinum) is nodulated by unexpected wide diversity of Mesorhizobium species in Eastern Algeria
- Samia Dekkiche, A. Benguedouar, Laila Sbabou, Kaoutar Taha, A. Filali-Maltouf, G. Béna
- 28 January 2018
ABSTRACT Using a local Algerian cultivar of chickpea, from 9 sites in Eastern Algeria, along a sub-humid to arid gradient, we isolated 60 nodulating isolates, among which 19 were assigned to… Expand
Screening of stress tolerant bacterial strains possessing interesting multi-plant growth promoting traits isolated from root nodules of Phaseolus vulgaris L.
- Imane Attar, Kaoutar Taha, Berraho El Bekkay, Mhamed El Khadir, I. Alami, Jamal Aurag
- 1 July 2019
Abstract Rhizobia are soil bacteria known for their ability to nodulate and fix nitrogen with legumes. Some rhizobia also show different plant growth promoting characteristics (PGP); they can… Expand