Rhizobium


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Rhizobium

[rī′zō·bē·əm]
(microbiology)
A genus of rod-shaped, gram-negative, aerobic, and nitrogen-fixing bacteria which form symbiotic nodules on the roots of leguminous plants, such as clover and beans.
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The enhancement of growth and nutrient uptake by crops with inoculating rhizobium strain NM 353 in wheat and faba bean intercropping system.
Agency for International Development provided the original funding to establish the national Rhizobium collection.
7] esporas/mL) aplicado a la semilla (Tns); T3: Rhizobium (20 mL-kg-1) aplicado a la semilla (Rs); T4: Trichoderma comercial + Rhizobium aplicado a la semilla (Tc+Rs); T5: Trichoderma sp nativo + Rhizobium aplicado a la semilla (Tn+Rs); T6: Rhizobium aplicado a semilla + Trichoderma sp comercial aplicado a los 25 dias (aporque) (Rs+Tca); T7: Rhizobium aplicado a semilla + Trichoderma sp nativo aplicado a los 25 dias (aporque) (Rs+Tna); T8: Trichoderma sp comercial aplicado a la semilla y a los 25 dias (aporque) (Tcsa); T9: Trichoderma sp nativo aplicado a la semilla y a los 25 dias (aporque) (Tnsa) y T10: testigo ([T.
The potential of genus Rhizobium as a phosphate solubilizing bacterium has been previously described using sources as hydroxyapatite, FeP[O.
Las nuevas combinaciones propuestas son Rhizobium radiobacter, Rhizobium rhizogenes, Rhizobium vitis, Rhizobium rubi y Rhizobium undicola (11).
Igualmente Yadegari y Rahamani (2010) obtuvieron mayores porcentajes de germinacion en el cultivo del frijol al inocular semillas con cepas de Rhizobium o combinacion de Rhizobium y Pseudomonas fluorescens P-93.
Pantophlet and his team have tried injecting heat-killed Rhizobium rodiobacter into mice to see if they generate oligomannose-specific antibodies.
Associative effect of Azospirillum brasilense with Rhizobium japonicum on nodulation of soybean (Glycine max).
Ralph Pantophlet, a Faculty of Health Sciences assistant professor, and Kate Auyeung, his senior research assistant and lab manager at SFU, and scientists in Italy believe the sugar molecules on Rhizobium radiobacter could be used to trigger our immune system to immediately recognize those on HIV, prompting more immediate awareness of the virus' invasion.