Soybean response to nodulation by bradyrhizobia differing in rhizobitoxine phenotype

  title={Soybean response to nodulation by bradyrhizobia differing in rhizobitoxine phenotype},
  author={George B. Teaney and Jeffry J. Fuhrmann},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
Rhizobitoxine-producing (RT+) strains of Bradyrhizobium japonicum, differing in their abilities to induce foliar chlorosis with ‘Forrest’ soybean (Glycine max [L.] Merr.), were evaluated for effects on short term shoot productivity, nodulation, N2 fixation, and nodule protein production under greenhouse conditions. Soybeans were singly inoculated with washed suspensions of (Group II) USDA strains 31, 46, 76, 94, 110, 123 or 130. Strains USDA 110 and USDA 123 (Group I/Ia) were included as RT… CONTINUE READING

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