The mechanisms of recognition between legume roots and rhizobia: Some implications for biological nitrogen fixation in the tropics
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Dazzo, F.B.. 1982. The mechanisms of recognition between legume roots and rhizobia: Some implications for biological nitrogen fixation in the tropics . In: Graham, Peter H.; Harris, Susan C. (eds.). Biological nitrogen fixation technology for tropical agriculture: Papers presented at workshop held at CIAT, March 9-13, 1981 . Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT), Cali, CO. p. 93-103. (CIAT series no. 03E-5(82)
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This paper reviews the experimental basis for the lectin-recognition hypothesis and considers ways in which the host/Rhizobium interaction might be manipulated to enhance the benefits of symbiotic nitrogen fixation in the tropics.
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