Characterization of Diversity of Bradyrhizobia on Cowpea in Iraq Reveals Unusual Strain Characteristics

@inproceedings{AlSaedi2017CharacterizationOD,
  title={Characterization of Diversity of Bradyrhizobia on Cowpea in Iraq Reveals Unusual Strain Characteristics},
  author={Suad A. Al-Saedi and Naoufal Lakhssassi and M. Abdelmajid Kassem and Ibrahim B. Razaq and Khalid Meksem},
  year={2017}
}
Rhizobium-legume symbiosis is considered as one of the most well established symbiotic nitrogen fixing system for agronomic studies. Association between legumes and rhizobia results in the formation of root nodules where symbiotic nitrogen fixation occurs. The current study aimed to authenticate 110 isolates from 20 sites belonging to 10 governorates in Iraq, tested their capacity of nodulation with cowpea and classified them depending on the phenotype and genotype presented by sequence… CONTINUE READING

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