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Indole acetic acid production by a Rhizobium species from root nodules of a leguminous shrub, Cajanus cajan.
A Rhizobium sp. isolated from the root nodules of a leguminous pulse-yielding shrub, Cajanus cajan, was found to produce high amounts (99.7 microg/ml) of indole acetic acid (IAA) during growth in… Expand
Growth behaviour and bioproduction of indole acetic acid by a Rhizobium sp. isolated from root nodules of a leguminous tree Dalbergia lanceolaria.
The Rhizobium sp. isolated from healthy and mature root nodules of a leguminous tree, Dalbergia lanceolaria Linn. f., preferred mannitol and KNO3 for growth as carbon and nitrogen sources,… Expand
Production of 3-indolylacetic acid in root nodules and culture by a Rhizobium species isolated from root nodules of the leguminous pulse Phaseolus mungo
The root nodules of Phaseolus mungo (a herbaceous leguminous pulse) contained a high amount of 3-indolylacetic acid (IAA). A tryptophan pool present in the nodule might play the role of precursor for… Expand
Production and metabolism of indole acetic acid in roots and root nodules of Phaseolus mungo.
Verdict is that the tryptophan pool present in the mature nodule and young roots might serve as a precursor for the IAA production, and presence of IAA metabolising enzymes - IAA oxidase and peroxidase - indicate the metabolism of I AA in the nodules and roots. Expand
Non-Nutritive Bioactive Compounds in Pulses and Their Impact on Human Health: An Overview
This review describes the non-nutritive biologically active components in grain legumes and discusses about the bioactivity of phenols, isoflavones, phytosterols, phytic acid, saponins, tannins,… Expand
News & Notes Indole Acetic Acid and Its Metabolism in Root Nodules of a Monocotyledonous Tree Roystonea regia
The symbiont isolated from the root nodules of R. regia, a Rhizobium sp. Expand
Production of Extracellular Polysaccharide by a Rhizobium Species from Root Nodules of the Leguminous Tree Dalbergia lanceolaria
The ability of the Rhizobium D1 10 species, which was isolated from the root nodules of the leguminous forest tree Dalbergia lanceolaria, for the production of extracellular polysaccharides (EPS) was investigated and the possible role of rhizobial EPS production in root nodule symbiosis is discussed. Expand
Growth behaviour and IAA production by a Rhizobium sp. isolated from root nodules of a leguminous medicinal herb, Dolichos biflorus. L., in culture
Abstract A Rhizobium sp. isolated from the root nodules of a leguminous medicinal herb Dolichos biflorus . L., was found to produce large amounts of indole acetic acid (IAA) (139.1 μg/ml) from… Expand
Indole-3-Acetic Acid and its Metabolism in Root Nodules of Pongamia pinnata (L.) PIERRE
Among the members of Papilionaceae, there was a large variation in the amount of IAA in the nodules; those of Pongamia pinnata(L.) PIERRE contained quite a large amount; more than 50% of the IAA became oxidized during extraction by the endogenous oxidizing enzymes. Expand
Production of Indole Acetic Acid in Culture by a Rhizobium Species from the Root Nodules of a Monocotyledonous Tree, Roystonea regia
Hormone production is shown to be the beneficial aspect of this symbiosis as shown earlier in dicotyledonous plants. Expand