nonlegume

nonlegume

(ˌnɒnˈlɛɡjuːm)
n
(Plants) not a vegetable of the family Fabaceae
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* BUCKWHEAT: A quick-growing nonlegume crop for summer and cool weather seasons.
Furthermore, in a study on comparison of the effects of legume (lupine) residues and nonlegume (wheat) residues on VAM fungal proliferation, higher mycorrhizal fungi colonisation was noted in treatments applied with lupine which was attributed to the higher nutritional content in the legume residues which boosted mycorrhizal development [46].
When post-harvest NO[sub.3] [sup.-] concentrations are high in the root zone, growing a nonlegume winter cover crop that takes up the residual NO[sub.3] [sup.-] can considerably reduce the risk of NO[sub.3] [sup.-] leaching with winter rains.
[8] found that litter from the legume alfalfa (Medicago sativa) increased earthworm biomass relative to litter from trees, shrubs, or nonlegume agronomic plants.
Legume, nonlegume, and free living nitrogen fixers have a set of genes which are responsible for effective nodulation and nitrogen fixation.
LysM-type mycorrhizal receptor recruited for rhizobium symbiosis in nonlegume Parasponia.
In recent years it has been discovered that different types of bacteria that do exactly the same thing infect many nonlegume plants.
This ration should not be used after weaning because it is too high in protein and calcium unless it is fed with a nonlegume hay (Figure 13-5).
Lupwayi NZ, Clayton GW (2004) Endophytic rhizobia and other diazotrophic bacteria in nonlegume crops.
The proportion of legume in a sward necessary to provide sufficient N to the nonlegume varies with legume species and forage utilization by the livestock, which depends on stocking rate, grazing management, and forage palatability.
Nonlegume hemoglobin genes retain organ-specific expression in heterologous transgenic plants.
root nodules of several nonlegume plants, including Alnus, Casuarina,