2006) investigated the effect of root zone temperature on nodulation
and nitrogen fixation of three ecotypes of Zanjan, Ardebil, and Shahrekord in Lathyrus and showed that all three ecotypes at 25[degrees]C had the highest nodulation
and nitrogen fixation and the temperatures of 5 and 10[degrees]C decreased nitrogen fixation and nodulation
in the studied ecotypes .
Response of mycorrhizal and P-fertilized soybearis to nodulation
by Bradyrhizobium or ammonium nitrate.
Dry matter yield, nodulation
, chlorophyll content and enzyme activity.
2008; Kyozuka, 2007), and stimulate root nodulation
(Frugier et al.
Effect of cerebellar nodulation
on gastro duodenal [PGE.
Exceptional forage regrowth, nodulation
and nitrogenase activity of kudzu (Pueraria lobata (Willd.
A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses and Nodulation
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.
Native Sinorhizobium populations represent a pool of genetic material useful to find superior inoculant strains; however, they also pose a problem if they are poor symbionts but compete strongly for nodulation
sites, thereby reducing the efficacy of commercial inoculant strains.
The Leguminosae: a source book of characteristics, uses, and nodulation
Examination of symbiotic responses of the rhizobial isolates under controlled, aseptic conditions, indicated that 20% produced effective nodula-tion, 35% partially effective, and the remaining 45% produced parastic or ineffective nodulation
on the host legume.
She and colleague Angie Lee, now at the University of California, San Diego, described nodulation
in terms of ballet in a 2006 paper in Plant Signaling & Behavior.