Interactions between Glomus species and Rhizobium strains affect the nutritional physiology of drought-stressed legume hosts.

@article{Franzini2010InteractionsBG,
  title={Interactions between Glomus species and Rhizobium strains affect the nutritional physiology of drought-stressed legume hosts.},
  author={Vinicius Ide Franzini and Rosario Azc{\'o}n and Fernanda Latanze M{\'e}ndes and Ricardo Aroca},
  journal={Journal of plant physiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={167 8},
  pages={614-9}
}
The growth of legume plants is usually enhanced by the dual symbiosis of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi and Rhizobium bacteria. However, most reports on this topic have been carried out under optimal water regime conditions. Here, four Phaseolus vulgaris varieties were single or dual inoculated with two different AM fungus and/or two different Rhizobium strains. All plants were grown under moderate drought conditions. Surprisingly, most of the biological treatments involving one fungus and… CONTINUE READING
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