Symbiotic effectivity of high temperature tolerant mungbean (Vigna radiata) rhizobia under different temperature conditions

@inproceedings{Bansal2014SymbioticEO,
  title={Symbiotic effectivity of high temperature tolerant mungbean (Vigna radiata) rhizobia under different temperature conditions},
  author={Mangla Bansal and Kamlesh Kukreja and Sunita Suneja},
  year={2014}
}
Mungbean (Vigna radiata) is one of the important legumes and a well-known economic crop in tropical and subtropical countries. Mungbean is grown during spring, summer and kharif season in Northern India, while grown during Rabi season in Southern India. As a leguminous plant, mungbean is nodulated by rhizobia, causing the formation of nodules and establishing a nitrogen-fixing symbiosis (Dudeja et al., 2012). Abiotic stresses severely affect the growth, nodulation and yield of mungbean (Vigna… CONTINUE READING

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