Suppression of nodule development of one side of a split-root system of soybeans caused by prior inoculation of the other side.

@article{Kosslak1984SuppressionON,
  title={Suppression of nodule development of one side of a split-root system of soybeans caused by prior inoculation of the other side.},
  author={Renee M. Kosslak and B. Ben Bohlool},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1984},
  volume={75 1},
  pages={
          125-30
        }
}
In a split-root system of soybeans (Glycine max L. Merr), inoculation of one half-side suppressed subsequent development of nodules on the opposite side. At zero time, the first side of the split-root system of soybeans received Rhizobium japonicum strain USDA 138 as the primary inoculum. At selected time intervals, the second side was inoculated with the secondary inoculum, a mixture of R. japonicum strain USDA 138 and strain USDA 110. In a short-day season, nodulation by the secondary… CONTINUE READING

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