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Symbiotic characterization and diversity of rhizobia associated with native and introduced acacias in arid and semi-arid regions in Algeria.
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The diversity of rhizobia associated with introduced and native Acacia species in Algeria was investigated from soil samples collected across seven districts distributed in arid and semi-arid zones and Acacia saligna appeared as the most promiscuous host because it was efficiently nodulated with the widest diversity ofrhizobia taxa.
Nodular bacterial endophyte diversity associated with native Acacia spp. in desert region of Algeria
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Five species of Acacia indigenous to Tamanrasset (Algeria) showed the highest nodulation ability across the different sites in this region, indicating the widespread occurrence of compatible rhizobia in the soils, and a strong tolerance profile to salinity and high temperature was revealed.
Mycorrhizal colonization decreases respiration of common bean nodulated root in hydroaeroponic culture
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The tripartite inoculation improved growth parameters under severe P-deficiency with a decrease in nodulated root O2 consumption and increased the growth of all plant organs and the nodulation with a large genotypic variability.
Impact of single and co-inoculations with Rhizobial and PGPR isolates on chickpea (Cicer arietinum) in cereal-growing zone soil
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Findings emphasized inoculation on native soils at a little scale before large assays on field because no one could predict inocula behavior with native soil microflora.
Diversity of nodular bacteria of Scorpiurus muricatus in western Algeria and their impact on plant growth.
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The inoculation test showed a great improvement in the growth of inoculated plants compared with noninoculated control plants and the diversity of bacteria isolated from root nodules of S. muricatus was described for the first time.
Inventory and geographical distribution of Acacia Mill. (Faba- ceae Mimosaceae) species in Algeria
Received 30.12.2017; accepted 13.02.2018; printed 30.03.2018 The geographical distribution of the genus Acacia Mill. (Fabales Mimosaceae) in Algeria was determined after the prospect, localization
Plant soil symbioses, role in Terga (West of Algeria) sandpit rehabilitation
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For the various plant associations, the mycorrhizal soil infectivity was significantly improved and increased more than four times, and this association had a positive effect on Schinus terebinthifolius growth, phosphorus and nitrogen sheets content, in particular when this species was associated with Lotus creticus.
SEED GERMINATION AND RADICLE ESTABLISHMENT RELATED TO TYPE AND LEVEL OF SALT IN COMMON BEAN (PHASEOLUS VULGARIS L. VAR. DJEDIDA)
Saline soils contain multiple types of salt, each of them may exert a different effect on seed germination and seedling growth. The aim of this study is to assess the effects of five types of salt on
Plant-microorganisms associations for quarry site restoration in Algeria
To face rapid city extension and building demand in Algeria more and more dunes are exploited for sand extraction just behind beaches on the sea border, breaking the whole littoral ecosystem
Effect of Nitrogen Fertilizer on Growth, Flowering, Fruiting and Nodulation of Three Varieties of Common Bean in the Arid Region of Aïn Naga (Biskra, Algeria)
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The results indicated that the nitrogen fertilizer application significantly reduced the root length, the number of nodules and secondary roots in most of the common bean varieties, however, fertilizer application significant increased dry matter in both flowering and fruiting stages, for the three studied varieties.
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