Phenotypic characteristics of root-nodulating bacteria isolated from Acacia spp. grown in Libya

@article{Mohamed2004PhenotypicCO,
  title={Phenotypic characteristics of root-nodulating bacteria isolated from Acacia spp. grown in Libya},
  author={Shadia H. Mohamed and Abdelaziz Smouni and Marc Neyra and D. Kharchaf and Abdelkarim Filali-Maltouf},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={224},
  pages={171-183}
}
Thirty isolates of root-nodulating bacteria obtained from Acacia cyanophylla, A. karroo, A. cyclops, A. tortilis (subsp.raddiana), Faidherbia albida and Acacia sp., grown in different regions of Libya, were studied by performing numerical analysis of 104 characteristics. Three fast- and one slow-growing reference strains from herbaceous and woody legumes were included. Five distinct clusters were formed. The fast-growing reference strains were separated from the isolates whereas the slow… CONTINUE READING

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