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Isolation of rhizobia from Lebeckia species indigenous to South Africa and their nodulation properties on Lebeckia and the promiscuous legumes cowpea and siratro

@inproceedings{Samwaysa2009IsolationOR,
  title={Isolation of rhizobia from Lebeckia species indigenous to South Africa and their nodulation properties on Lebeckia and the promiscuous legumes cowpea and siratro},
  author={M. J. Samwaysa},
  year={2009}
}
  • M. J. Samwaysa
  • Published 2009
  • useful-plant diversity, (2) determine the origin of the species (alien or indigenous), (3) examine the different use categories, and (4) document the positions of plants in indigenous gardening systems. We conducted a survey of 40 muzis selected from eight locations along an urbanisation gradient in northeastern KwaZulu-Natal. A total of 149 useful plant species belonging to 72 plant families were recorded, comprising 91 medicinal, 32 food and 26 spiritual plants. Most of these species (68… CONTINUE READING