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nodulation

 [nod″u-la´shun]
the formation of or presence of nodules.

nod·u·la·tion

(nod'yū-lā'shŭn),
The formation or the presence of nodules.

nod·u·la·tion

(nod'yū-lā'shŭn)
The formation or the presence of nodules.

nodulation

the formation of or presence of nodules.
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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 [17].
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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.