Absence of nitrogen fixation in clover grown on soil subject to long-term contamination with heavy metals is due to survival of only ineffective Rhizobium.

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Giller, K. E., McGrath, S. P. and Hirsch, P. R. 1989. Absence of nitrogen fixation in clover grown on soil subject to long-term contamination with heavy metals is due to survival of only ineffective Rhizobium. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 21, pp. 841-848.

AuthorsGiller, K. E., McGrath, S. P. and Hirsch, P. R.
Year of Publication1989
JournalSoil Biology and Biochemistry
Journal citation21, pp. 841-848
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