The current findings show the diversity of fast-growing and slow-growing rhizobia isolates that nodulate
The viscous colonies are selected to test their resistance to heavy metals and their ability to nodulate
Hedysarum coronarium L.
These results indicated that isolated strains that are competent to nodulate
Cratylia argentea display significant metabolic diversity.
Among the bacteria that can nodulate
peanut, several are very efficient and the prospection of bacterial isolates to this crop revealed some promising bacteria as new inoculants (Lyra et al., 2013, Torres-Junior et al., 2014).
African cowpea cultivars are mostly promiscuous and nodulate
with indigenous Rhizobium strain present in the soil.
In this study, the results show the presence of native rhizobia that nodulate
common bean in fallow soils with no history of growing common bean or inoculation.
The world literature on legume nodulation (Allen and Allen, 1981; The Bean Bag, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2002; Souza et al., 1994; Faria et al., 1984, 1987, 1989; Faria and Lima, 1998) refer to approximately 293 species that occur in the semiarid, 216 (73.4%) nodulate
, 69 (23.5%) do not and 8 species have conflicting information.
Complement may nodulate
some species of Borrelia burgdorferi.
Methylotrophic Methylobacterium bacteria nodulate
and fix nitrogen in symbiosis with legumes.
She describes plant taxonomy, the global distribution of legumes, ideas on the evolution of nodulation and its development and functioning, bacteria known to nodulate
legumes, and the possible development of new uses for legumes and work on underdeveloped legume crops.
The reference strain RCR2011 and 11 local swains chosen according to their molecular profiles and their geographic origin were tested for ability to nodulate
and fix nitrogen with M.