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Título: EVALUATION OF STRAIN COMPETITIVENESS IN RHIZOBIUM LEGUMINOSARUM BV. PHASEOLI USING A NOD+ NIF- NATURAL MUTANT
Autor(es): P.H. GRAHAM
Luiz Antonio de Oliveira
Assunto: NODULACAO
FIXACAO BIOLOGICA DO NITROGENIO
RIZOBIA
ISSN: -
Revista: ARCH. MICROBIOLOGY
Volume: 153
Resumo: Competition from native soil rhizobia is likely to be an important factor limiting Phaseolus vulgaris L. inoculant response in Latin America. We used UMR 1116, a nod + fix− natural mutant of Rhizobium leguminosarum bv phaseoli strain CC511, as a reference strain to study competition for nodulation sites in this species. When P. vulgaris cv Carioca was planted in soils containing different proportions of UMR 1116 and the effective and competitive strain UMR 1899, UMR 1116 occupied more than 50% of the nodules at all inoculant ratios tested, though increasing the proportion of UMR 1899 in the inoculant did enhance the number and percentage of effective nodules and plant dry weight. Sixty two strains of bean rhizobia were tested in competition with UMR 1116. An inoculant ratio of 1:1 was used, with all strains applied to the soil rather than to seeds. Strains varied in the number and percentage of effective nodules produced in competition with UMR 1116, and in plant dry weight, and there was a strong correlation between variation in each of these traits and plant N accumulation. Seven of the strains (UMR 1073, 1084, 1102, 1125, 1165, 1378 and 1384) were identified as both superior in competitive ability and active in N2 fixation. Site of placement of the inoculant and ambient temperature influenced strain response.
URI: http://repositorio.inpa.gov.br/handle/123/3760
ISSN: -
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF00248997
Local de publicação: Estados Unidos
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