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Effect of plant genotype and nitrogen fertilizer on symbiotic nitrogen fixation by soybean cultivars, Plant Soil, 82: 397-405.
Legumes have a high phosphorus requirement associated with nodulation and nitrogen fixation with phosphorus playing a major role in symbiotic nitrogen fixation in nodulating legumes such as soy beans [9, 18, 19, 20].
Studies by geologists have proved that symbiotic nitrogen fixation or nutrient mobilization occured during the early Cretaceous Period in the region and it resulted in fossilization of these grains.
With both long-term and short term goals in mind, the contributors of these articles that double as coherent chapters cover resource supply and demand, including climate change effects, nutrient and water demand of plants under global climate change, symbiotic nitrogen fixation, background food webs, herbivory and nutrient cycling, and sustainability of crop production systems; those on pest, weeds and diseases cover plant performance and implications for plant production dynamics and species composition, fungi, tropic interactions and future problems; and those on the capacity to adapt include knowing the difference between acclimation and adaptation and breeding plants to suit the changing environment.
The evolutionary pattern of symbiotic nitrogen fixation in angiosperms may differ dramatically from that of isoflavonoids, even though both are found in legumes.
Symbiotic nitrogen fixation and phosphorus acquisitions.
While mineral N was not applied to the control or the SSP treatment, mineralisation of soil organic matter and/or symbiotic nitrogen fixation may have contributed to plant uptake and leaching of N in these two treatments.
Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation and Chicken Manure Fertilization in Soybean/Sorghum Intercropping System.