Definición de rhizobium en inglés:

rhizobium

Saltos de línea: rhi|zo¦bium
Pronunciación: /rʌɪˈzəʊbɪəm
 
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sustantivo

A nitrogen-fixing bacterium that is common in the soil, especially in the root nodules of leguminous plants.
  • Genus Rhizobium; Gram-negative rods
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In an exciting paper, Fox describes how estrogen signals between plants and their symbiotic rhizobium soil bacteria can be disrupted by agricultural chemicals.
  • Since these two cover crops are legumes, they form a symbiosis with specialized soil bacteria called rhizobia.
  • Closer to the point of attachment to the root, membrane-bound compartments containing rhizobia are released into plant cells where the rhizobia differentiate into bacteroids, the form capable of fixing N 2.

Origen

1920s: modern Latin, from rhizo- 'root' + Greek bios 'life'.

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