Handbook for Rhizobia: methods in legume-rhizobium technology

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Springer-Verlag, 1994 - Nature - 450 pages
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Rhizobia are bacteria which inhabit the roots of plants in the pea family and "fix" atmospheric nitrogen for plant growth. They are thus of enormous economic importance internationally and the subject of intense research interest. Handbook for Rhizobia is a monumental book of practical methods for working with these bacteria and their plant hosts. Topics include the general microbiological properties of rhizobia and their identification, their potential as symbionts, methods for inoculating rhizobia onto plants, and molecular genetics methods for Rhizobium in the laboratory. The book will be invaluable to Rhizobium scientists, soil microbiologists, field and laboratory researchers at agricultural research centers, agronomists, and crop scientists.

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Contents

General Microbiology of Rhizobia
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Demonstrating Genetic Diversity in Rhizobia Using
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Identification of Rhizobia
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