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Germination and growth of primary roots of inoculated bean (Vicia faba) seeds under different temperatures
Temperature stress strongly affects legumes, rhizobia, and the efficiency of legume-rhizobia interaction. An experiment in 2016 was developed to test the seed germination in Petri dishes using different microorganism inoculation under several temperature treatments (4, 8, 12 and 20 °C). The goal of this study was to test the effect of rhizobium inoculation under low root zone temperature, and to examine whether the addition of mycorrhiza fungi could enhance rhizobia resistance to abiotic stressdoi:10.15159/ar.18.024 fatcat:akwavqbcwzhslclcvedukd42nq