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Peer Review #1 of "Novel, non-symbiotic isolates of Neorhizobium from a dryland agricultural soil (v0.2)"
Semi-selective enrichment, followed by PCR screening, resulted in the successful direct isolation of fast-growing Rhizobia from a dryland agricultural soil. Over 50% of these isolates belong to the genus Neorhizobium, as concluded from partial rpoB and nearcomplete 16S rDNA sequence analysis. Further genotypic and genomic analysis of five representative isolates confirmed that they form a coherent group within Neorhizobium, closer to N. galegae than to the remaining Neorhizobium species, butdoi:10.7287/peerj.4776v0.2/reviews/1 fatcat:a4lnvtxxhjfepljia2xjfwlyai