rhizobial

rhizobial

(raɪˈzəʊbɪəl)
adj
(Biology) of or relating to rhizobium
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Rhizobial symbiosis effect on the growth, metal uptake, and antioxidant responses of Medicago lupulina under copper stress.
Most of rhizobial strains isolated from wild legumes were classified as members of the genera Rhizobium (1).
When the leaf chlorophyll index values were submitted to rhizobial inoculation, the data were adjusted to an increasing linear equation, with chlorophyll content increasing during each subsequent change in phenological stage, demonstrating that the herbicide did not cause any negative interference with the measured values.
A study of the impacts of Zn and Cu on two rhizobial species in soils of a long-term field experiment.
Legumes, however, possess a symbiotic relationship with rhizobial bacteria capable of transforming atmospheric N2 into plant usable form and may accumulate large amounts of N via this pathway.
How rhizobial symbionts invade plants: the Sinorhizobium-Medicago model.
2013), and rhizobial symbiosis (Muofhe and Dakora 1999, 2000) for enhancing nitrogen (N) assimilation.
Sawdust as a superior carrier for production of multipurpose bioinoculant using plant growth promoting rhizobial and pseudomonas strains and their impact on productivity or Trifolium repense.
Rhizobial mediation of Acacia adaptation to soil salinity: evidence of underlying trade-offs and tests of expected patterns.
The CLE-RS2 gene is upregulated in roots upon rhizobial infection and suppresses excessive nodule formation via a negative feedback loop.
Morphological and cultural characteristics of rhizobial colonies were scored numerically and the data obtained was subjected to a hierarchical cluster analysis using the squared Euclidean distance similarity and between-groups linkage procedures using SPSS software version 20.
Effects of Rhizobial inoculation and phosphotic fertilizers on soil chemical properties, growth and yield of sorghum-cowpea intercrop in Eastern Kenya, M.Sc.