Nodulation in legumes
This discusses the genetic structure of both legumes and rhizobia and how these interact to give a variety of forms of functional nodules. Also discusses the significance of nitrogen fixation in ecological terms and the way legumes are adapted to life in harsh environment. The aim of this book is to provide an up-to-date picture of the nodulation status of legumes, using largely the same taxonomic system as its companion volume "Legumes of the World".
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Introduction to Legumes
Formation structure and function of nodules
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A.Gray Acacia Allen & Allen America areas Asia Athar Australia bacteria bacteroids Baker f Barneby & Grimes Benth Boiss Bradyrhizobium Brazil Brenan Broughton 1999 Brummitt caesalpinioid cells Chapter comm Corby desmodioid E.Mey Eckl ectomycorrhizas ex Benth F.Muell Faria & Lima Five spp Four spp genera genes genus of shrub genus of tree Harms Harv host included indeterminate nodules infection threads Irwin & Barneby J.B.Gillett Jacq Known nodulated species Kunth legumes Leguminosae liana Lindl listed in Appendix Madagascar Meisn mimosoid Mimosoideae Monotypic genus Moreira negative reports nitrogen fixation nitrogenase Nod factor non-nodulating papilionoid Pithecellobium plants Polhill Pueppke & Broughton R.Br report on nodulation rhizobia Rhizobiaceae Rhizobium Roggy Schinz shrub shrub or tree slow-growing rhizobia soil Sophoreae species are listed Sprent Sprent & McInroy Styphnolobium subfamily subshrub subsp Swartzieae Taub Three spp Thunb Torr tree from tropical tribe tropical Africa Verdc Vogel Wight & Arn Willd Zeyh