2 edition of Relationships of six saprozoic nematodes and a nitrogen-fixing bacterium, Rhizobium japonicum (Kirch.) Buchanan found in the catalog.
Relationships of six saprozoic nematodes and a nitrogen-fixing bacterium, Rhizobium japonicum (Kirch.) Buchanan
Written in English
|Statement||by Suebsak Sontirat.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 72 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||72|
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A free living anaerobic nitrogen fixing bacterium is (A) Rhizobium (B) Streptococcus (C) Azotobacter (D) Clostridium. A bacterial disease is (A) Measles (B) Tuberculosis (C) Rabies (D) Small Pox. Botulism is (A) Human disease due to parasitic bacteria (B) Disease of various organisms (C) A type of food poisoning (D) A viral Rhizobium leguminosarum as a plant growth promoting rhizobacterium: direct growth promotion of canola and lettuce.
Canadian Journal of Microbiology. Obreht, Z., Kerby, N.W., Gantar, M. and Rowell, P. Effects of root- associated N2-fixing cyanobacteria on the growth and nitrogen content of wheat (Triticum vulgare L.) :// This banner text can have markup.
web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation Full text of "Microbiology Fundamentals And Applications" See other formats / High nitrogen concentrations inhibit the production and release of isoflavonoids from lupin roots. Compared with nitrate supply, exudation was strongly enhanced by ammonium application ().
Similarly, the well-known inhibitory effect of nitrogen on nodulation during establishment of the legume-rhizobium symbiosis is mainly caused by nitrate Another important early contributor to geomicrobiology was S.
Winogradsky, who discovered that Beggiatoa, a filamentous bacterium (see Chapter 19), could oxidize H2S to elemental sulfur (Winogradsky, ) and that Leptothrix ochracea, a sheathed bacterium (see Chapter 16), promoted oxidation of FeCO3 to ferric oxide (Winogradsky, ).