Soybean Rhizobia in Indian Soils: Populations, Host Specificity and Competitiveness

@article{Ansari2013SoybeanRI,
  title={Soybean Rhizobia in Indian Soils: Populations, Host Specificity and Competitiveness},
  author={Parveen Ghazi Ansari and Desiraju Lakshmi Narsimha Rao},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India Section B: Biological Sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={84},
  pages={457-464}
}
Soybean is the most important of crop legumes with the highest share of production and source of biologically fixed nitrogen. Indigenous soybean rhizobia in Vertisols of Central India and other soils were assessed for cross nodulation, bacteriocin production and competitiveness. Survey of rhizobial populations in the rhizosphere of post-summer rainy season soybean revealed low number; the most probable number by plant infection test ranged from 0.5 to 3.3 × 103 cells g−1 soil but improved in… CONTINUE READING

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