Community shifts of soybean stem-associated bacteria responding to different nodulation phenotypes and N levels

@article{Ikeda2010CommunitySO,
  title={Community shifts of soybean stem-associated bacteria responding to different nodulation phenotypes and N levels},
  author={Seishi Ikeda and Takashi Okubo and Takakazu Kaneko and Shoko Inaba and Tomiya Maekawa and Shima Eda and Shusei Sato and Satoshi Tabata and Hisayuki Mitsui and Kiwamu Minamisawa},
  journal={The ISME Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={4},
  pages={315-326}
}
The diversity of stem-associated bacteria of non-nodulated (Nod−), wild-type nodulated (Nod+) and hypernodulated (Nod++) soybeans were evaluated by clone library analyses of the 16S ribosomal RNA gene. Soybeans were dressed with standard nitrogen (SN) fertilization (15 kg N ha–1) and heavy nitrogen (HN) fertilization (615 kg N ha–1). The relative abundance of Alphaproteobacteria in Nod+ soybeans (66%) was smaller than that in Nod− and Nod++ soybeans (75–76%) under SN fertilization, whereas that… CONTINUE READING

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