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Isolation & Characterization of Rhizobia and their Effect on Vigna radiata Plant

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Author(s): Prerna Rajpoot and Kain Singh Panwar

Journal: Octa Journal of Biosciences
ISSN 2321-3663

Volume: 1;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 69;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: Rhizobia | bacteria | Vigna radiate | Plant

ABSTRACT
Rhizobia is Gram negative bacteria that fix nitrogen , bacteria colonize plant cell with root nodules and commonly found in pulse . In present study rhizobia isolated from root nodules of vigna radiata and characterized morphologically, biochemical test were to as certain its physiology under normal conditions , three bacterial strain (Rp1 , Rp2, Rp3) were tested for their effect on root, Shoot and no. of nodules of vigna radiata plant in green house condition. Comparatively in all three strains Rp1 strain was found to most effective in positively Enhancing the growth of the plant in all parameters.
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