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Leguminosae, a source book of characteristics, uses, and nodulation

by O. N. Allen

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Published by University of Wisconsin Press in Madison, Wisc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Legumes.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNodulation.
    StatementO.N. Allen & Ethel K. Allen.
    ContributionsAllen, Ethel Kullmann, 1906- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK495.L52 A57
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlxiv, 812 p. :
    Number of Pages812
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4093907M
    ISBN 100299084000
    LC Control Number80005104

      O.N. Allen, E.K. AllenThe Leguminosae. A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses and Nodulation A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses and Nodulation University of Wisconsin Press, Madison (), p. Nodulation dynamics and nodule activity in leguminous tree species of a Mexican tropical dry forest - Volume 24 Issue 1 - Teresa González-Ruiz, Víctor J. Jaramillo, Juan José Peña Cabriales, Arturo Flores The Leguminosae: a source book of characteristics, uses and nodulation. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison. pp.

    for more information. Look in the phone book under ”United States Government”. The Natural Resources Conservation Service will be listed under the subheading “Department of Agriculture.” References Allen, O.N.; Allen, E.K. The Leguminosae. A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses, and Nodulation. The University of Wisconsin Press. Allen ON, Allen EK. Madison, WI: The University of Wisconsin Press; The Leguminosae. A source book of characteristics, uses and nodulation. Barrett CF, Parker MA. Prevalence of Burkholderia sp. nodule symbionts on four mimosoid legumes from Barro Colorado Island, Panama. Systematic and Applied Microbiology. ; –

    Allen ON, Allen EK () The Leguminosae: A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses and Nodulation. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, WI/Macmillan Publishing, London; Batut J, Andersson GE, O'Callaghan DO () The evolution of chronic infection strategies in the α-proteobacteria. Nat Rev Microbiol 2 – The global nodulation inventory in the Leguminosae family is constantly being enriched with new records, suggesting the existence of undiscovered nodulated species, especially in tropical natural ecosystems and other hot spots of biodiversity. The Leguminosae: a source book of characteristics, uses and nodulation.


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Leguminosae, a source book of characteristics, uses, and nodulation by O. N. Allen Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The main body of. The size and characteristics of the family Leguminosae are outlined, with a key to the 3 subfamilies. Rhizobia are characterized in pure culture and various aspects of Rhizobium-plant associations are discussed, as well as the concept of cross inoculation grouping and its significance.

An elementary account of nodule formation and types is given, and reasons for nodule absence and the inherent Author: O.

Allen, E. Leguminosae. The Leguminosae. A source book of characteristics, uses and nodulation. Abstract Following a review of the nature and occurrence of root nodulation in the family, the main body of the book presents synopses, for each of the known genera, containing information on morphological characteristics, taxonomy, distribution, habitat preferences.

The Leguminosae A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses and Nodulation O. Allen and Ethel K. Allen An important survey of leguminous root nodulation This encyclopedic global survey of leguminous root nodulation, the result of 45 years of research by O. Allen and Ethel K. Allen. The Leguminosae: A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses, and Nodulation.O.

and Ethel K. Allen. illus. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, $Cited by: 3. nodulation in the Leguminosae. Table gives an estimate of the incidence of nodulation, and hence likelihood of BNF, in the three important legume subfamilies.

In Leguminosae: A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses, and Nodulation. LEGUME IDENTIFICATION Plants in the Leguminosae family have characteristic leaves and pods that help. The Leguminosae; A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses and Nodulation Publication Author Allen O.N.; Allen E.K.

Publisher University of Wisconsin Year ISBN Description An amazing and comprehensive work, giving a brief guide to the many genera of the family Fabaceae and also the principle uses of the genus.].

The Leguminosae. A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses and Nodulation, The University of Wisconsin Press, p. has been cited by the following article: Article. Isolation and Screening of Indigenous Bambara Groundnut (Vigna Subterranea) Nodulating Bacteria for their Tolerance to Some Environmental Stresses.

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Publisher University of Wisconsin Year ISBN Description An amazing and comprehensive work, giving a brief guide to the many genera of the family Fabaceae and also the principle uses of the genus.

The Fabaceae or Leguminosae, commonly known as the legume, pea, or bean family, are a large and economically important family of flowering includes trees, shrubs, and perennial or annual herbaceous plants, which are easily recognized by their fruit and their compound, stipulate leaves.

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Publisher University of Wisconsin Year ISBN Description An amazing and comprehensive work, giving a brief guide to the many genera of the family Fabaceae and also the principle uses of the genus.].

topics: bibliography, leguminosae, root nodulation, taxonomy, geographical distribution, plant anatomy, botany, rhizobium, leguminosae, formation de nodosites Author: O.N.

Allen and E.K. Allen. The Leguminosae; A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses and Nodulation Publication Author Allen O.N.; Allen E.K. Publisher University of Wisconsin Year ISBN Description An amazing and comprehensive work, giving a brief guide to the many genera of the family Fabaceae and also the principle uses of the genus.

The honey locust (Gleditsia triacanthos), also known as the thorny locust or thorny honeylocust, is a deciduous tree in the family Fabaceae, native to central North America where it is mostly found in the moist soil of river valleys.

Honey locust is highly adaptable to different environments, has been introduced worldwide, and is an aggressive invasive species. Uses. Commercial crop: Cowpea is commonly cultivated as a nutritious and highly palatable food source in the southern United States, Middle East, Africa, Asia, and throughout the tropics and subtropics.

The seed is reported to contain 24% crude protein, 53% carbohydrates, and 2% fat (FAO, ). The leaves and flowers can also be consumed.

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A source book of characteristics, uses and Nodulation.Abrus is a genus of flowering plants in the pea family, Fabaceae and the only genus in the tribe Abreae.

It contains 13–18 species, but is best known for a single species: jequirity (A. precatorius).The highly toxic seeds of that species are used to make jewellery.