Response of soybean-Rhizobium symbioses to mineral nitrogen

@article{Evans1982ResponseOS,
  title={Response of soybean-Rhizobium symbioses to mineral nitrogen},
  author={Jr Evans},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={1982},
  volume={66},
  pages={439-442}
}
SummaryThe effect of mineral nitrogen on establishment and activity of symbioses between soybean and several strains ofRhizobium japonicum and on the establishment of nodules ofR. japonicum isolated from nodules of field crops is studied. All strains were highly susceptible to the effects of 200 ppm NO3−N on the establishment of symbiosis; 50 ppm NO3−N had little effect. Response of symbioses establishhed in the absence of mineral N to short term exposure to nitrate or ammonium varied… CONTINUE READING

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