Specificity of the legume Sesbania virgata (Caz.) pers. and its nodule isolates Azorhizobium johannae with other legume hosts and rhizobia. I.

@inproceedings{Gonalves2004SpecificityOT,
  title={Specificity of the legume Sesbania virgata (Caz.) pers. and its nodule isolates Azorhizobium johannae with other legume hosts and rhizobia. I.},
  author={Marcos Andr{\'e} Gonçalves and Flavia Maia Moreira},
  year={2004}
}
Symbiotic properties of rhizobia are important characteristics both to describe new genera and species of these bacteria and to select inoculant strains. To verify the specificity of Azorhizobium johannae strains and Sesbania virgata, with currently known rhizobia species and their original hosts, three greenhouse experiments were carried out in Leonard jars. In the first experiment, seven A. johannae strains (BR 5401, UFLA 01-602, UFLA 01-54B, BR 5414, BR 5416, BR 5420, BR 5426) were tested… CONTINUE READING

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